Strengthening tax enforcement on the crypto market could generate billions to fund the bipartisan infrastructure bill, according to government estimates.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said that the bipartisan infrastructure deal won't secure bipartisan support absent of a robust reconciliation bill.
Biden's bipartisan infrastructure deal cut out climate measures, but a reconciliation bill could still include some. House Democrats have requests.
Channel 4 News obtained recordings that revealed an ExxonMobil lobbyist pressured lawmakers to take climate measures out of infrastructure.
As record-breaking temperatures are hitting the west coast, Biden pointed to his infrastructure plan as a remedy to the climate crisis for governors.
PwC's "The New Equation" plan includes a commitment to training 25,000 Black and Latinx students, and hiring 10,000 of them.
After nearly six weeks, Biden ended infrastructure negotiations with Sen. Shelley Moore Capito. "They kept moving the goalposts on us," Capito said.
The letter, signed by SEIU and the League of Conservation Voters, came after Biden ended negotiations with a Republican group on infrastructure.
Democrats will pass both plans as a single $3 trillion bill without GOP support, since bipartisan talks seem to be "dwindling further," the bank said.
The GOP unveiled a $928 billion infrastructure counteroffer today, which Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren told MSNBC is not a serious proposal.
The New York Times reported Biden's budget will increase total spending to $8.2 trillion by 2031 and will largely fund his infrastructure plans.
The latest plan is unlikely to satisfy the White House and Democrats, who are seeking robust new spending on healthcare and education.
The company also said it expects electric vehicles to make up 40% of its global sales by 2030.
Americans have so far received three stimulus checks, but a growing number of politicians (all Democrats) want those checks to be recurring.
Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee want to continue delivering stimulus and unemployment aid to sustain the economic recovery.
The White House, which made the offer to Republicans Friday, may also continue with a $1.7 trillion second plan for $3.2 trillion in total spending.
The Democrats wrote that "the pursuit of Republican votes cannot come at the expense of limiting the scope of popular investments" for infrastructure.