Robert Schroeder and Katie Marriner
President Joe Biden on Thursday unveiled what he called a “historic economic framework” that will fundamentally change millions of Americans’ lives, as he called on his fellow Democrats to get the major package across the finish line.
The $1.75 trillion package left out some priorities like dental benefits for Medicare and paid family leave, but contains significant investments in clean energy /zigman2/quotes/205740995/composite ICLN +3.45% , child care and housing, to name a few areas. Some Democrats like Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema haven’t given a full-throated endorsement to the package, and further negotiations are expected. But here, in two charts, are the spending proposals and how the White House plans to pay for them.