Joe Biden’s Plan To Make The U.S. Better In First 100 Days In Office

Election Day is finally here Today is the day millions of Americans vote to determine the future of the U.S. for the next four years and Democrat nominee, Joe...

Election Day is finally here

Today is the day millions of Americans vote to determine the future of the U.S. for the next four years and Democrat nominee, Joe Biden, already has a plan for the first 100 days in office to tackle the biggest political and social issues. Biden’s 100-day plan is being compared to the most progressive plan since the Great Society.

Biden plans on enacting a new voting rights act and civil rights act as well as rejoining the Paris Accord that President Trump abandoned. Biden has plans for a $2 trillion climate change plan with the goal of achieving net-zero emissions economy-wide by 2050 with a “clean energy revolution.”

Along with the 100-day plan, Biden’s presidential influence will also hold more power for the Democrats in the Senate and secure the bills promised in the 100-day plan. Biden will also be offering more benefits for Americans including a public option for Obamacare and advocates for free college tuition for public colleges.

Biden will also be working on a bill to save the DACA kids from deportation and establish universal background checks. The 100-day plan will also be working on legislation to make Washington D.C. an official state and will also offer the same opportunity for Puerto Rico.

The biggest part of the 100-day plan will be taking action to contain and combat the coronavirus (COVID-19) including keeping Anthony Fauci as the COVID-19 task force member. Biden’s plan to combat COVID-19 will entail a nationwide made mandate, widespread and free testing, boosting medical manufacturing in America, and providing the vaccine for free regardless of insured patients.

Biden will also be implementing his “Build Back Better” plan that is a $700 billion blueprint to create millions of jobs that will be financed by tax hikes on the wealthiest corporations and Americas.

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