President Joe Biden wants to establish universal pre-K, and a massive new study shows the benefits it has on attendees can last for years afterward.
A Morning Consult/Politico poll found 58% of voters support Biden's new plan, and over 3 in 5 support childcare subsidies, along with universal pre-K.
McConnell said there would be "zero" GOP support for Biden's $4.1 trillion spending plans, which include universal pre-K and cash payments.
Some parents wouldn't have to pay for childcare under Biden's $1.8 trillion American Families Plan, and workers would see hourly wages go up to $15.
President Joe Biden's American Families Plan proposes $200 billion for universal pre-K and $109 billion for two years of free community college.
The proposal includes funding for universal pre-K, paid family and medical leave, and seeks to expand the child tax credit through 2025.
Democrats may ditch Republicans on some of the infrastructure bill because they oppose paying for it with tax hikes on the wealthy and corporations.
Biden may split up a large infrastructure bill into separate legislative pieces to fulfill his economic agenda, which includes free community college.
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