The American Jobs Plan will:
- Rebuild and modernize our nation's infrastructure
- Create millions of good-paying, union jobs
- Strengthen our economy for working families
Simply put: it will build back our country stronger than it was before the pandemic.
Every worker deserves to be treated with dignity and have a voice on the job. Unions ensure that. Today, @SecMartyWalsh and I met with our Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment to discuss how we can create good union jobs, help workers organize, and grow the economy.
Big news from the CDC: If you’re fully vaccinated, you do not need to wear a mask – indoors or outdoors, in most settings.
We’ve gotten this far. Whether you choose to get vaccinated or wear a mask, please protect yourself until we get to the finish line.
If kids are going to get an education, if seniors are going to access care through telehealth, if small businesses are going to be productive, they need access to high-speed, affordable internet. The American Jobs Plan will make that happen.
Women, particularly women of color and trans women, face disparities that have long existed in our healthcare system. @POTUS and I are committed to ensuring all women have equal access to high-quality, affordable care. #NationalWomensHealthWeek
This morning, Vice President Harris and I met with a bipartisan group of Congressional Leaders. As I’ve said before, we can’t let the divisions of the present stop us from doing right by the future. We’re committed to working together to build back better for the American people.
Yesterday, I met with the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus. We discussed the impact of COVID-19, our work to stop the rise in hate crimes, and how the American Jobs Plan and the American Families Plan will help the AANHPI community and all Americans.
I spoke with President Saied of Tunisia today. We discussed the longstanding friendship between our countries, and I reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to Tunisia. We stand with Tunisia as it makes the economic reforms necessary to recover from the challenges of the pandemic.
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