Biden's Address To Congress Outlines Ambitious Goals That Have Little Bipartisan Support
In his address to Congress Wednesday night, President Joe Biden outlined a plan for free universal pre-K and community college, a minimum wage hike and an expansion in subsidized child care. In total, Biden outlined another almost $6 trillion in spending.
It’s unclear whether the president would get any Republican support for the ambitious proposals.
We get the latest from NPR White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe.
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