– Data Covid-19 USA – The package includes $400 billion to bolster support for children and families, $555 billion for climate change programs and $166 billion in housing aid.
– Data Covid-19 USA – A nondiscrimination provision in the $1.85 trillion social policy bill could disqualify some religious organizations, which provide more than half of child care programs in the United States.
Progressives appeared ready to support the bill in exchange for a commitment from moderates to eventually back a separate $1.85 trillion social safety net bill that was put on hold on Friday.
Disappointed by a loss in Virginia and a closer-than-expected race in New Jersey, Democrats were working toward quick action on key bills to show they could govern.
Paid family leave was dropped. Public pre-K and subsidized child care remain, and could substantially lower the cost of raising children.
A program in West Virginia, partially rolled out while Joe Manchin was governor, could be a model for the nation. But there were challenges, including the 10 years it took to establish.
We asked 18 academics what they would choose if they could pick only one, as Senator Manchin has reportedly advised.
President Biden’s social policy legislation aims to address a problem that weighs on many families — and the teachers and child care centers serving them.
Rich countries contribute an average of $14,000 per year for a toddler’s care, compared with $500 in the U.S. The Democrats’ spending bill tries to shrink the gap.
Five committees started drafting the components of Democrats’ far-reaching legislation in an arduous process that could take several days.
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