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March 12, 2021
Psaki said that the White House would host an event to celebrate the signing of the American Rescue Plan. The $1.9 trillion COVID-relief bill will provide direct payments to most Americans, allocate billions of dollars to Covid research, testing and vaccine distribution. It will also expand welfare for families with children.
March 11, 2021
The measure provides $400 billion for $1,400 direct payments to most Americans. It will also aim to extend unemployment benefits, boost funding to ramp up vaccine distribution and reopen schools.
March 11, 2021
On average over the last 21 days, Customs and Border Protection encountered 435 unaccompanied children daily, up from a previous average of around 340 children. They are staying in facilities for 107 hours on average, longer than the 72 permitted under US law. Republicans cite that migrants are drawn by incentives such as the immigration bill backed by Biden and many Democrats that would offer a path to citizenship for millions of people illegally in the country.
March 10, 2021
The bill’s expected approval will enable the Democratic president to sign the legislation into law later this week. The $1.9 trillion known as the “American Rescue Plan” includes direct payments to most Americans, aid to small businesses, financial help for schools and more.
March 8, 2021
Subsequent to allegations of election fraud in 2020, Republican legislators have been forwarding bills restricting voting access. LeBron James and his organization 'More than a Vote' are releasing a new campaign called 'Protect our Power" to stop such policies.
March 4, 2021
In his address, he also rejected demands for his resignation and vowed to stay in office. He also pleaded with people of New York to wait for the facts before forming an opinion. Maria Shriver, a journalist and ex-wife of former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, questioned if an apology for alleged unwanted sexual advances was sufficient.