The Damage Report host John Iadarola is joined by former prosecutor and legal analyst Charles Coleman Jr. to break down today’s top stories.
The trial against Derek Chauvin continues in Minneapolis. Georgia Republicans respond to outcry over voter suppression. House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy confirms he will keep Matt Gaetz on his committees. NYC becomes the first city to end qualified immunity. Baltimore State’s Attorney announces she will no longer prosecute low-level offenses. A new study compares the minimum wage to Wall Street salaries.
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Read more here: https://www.vox.com/2021/3/31/22357179/biden-two-trillion-infrastructure-jobs-plan-explained
"President Joe Biden proposed his opening bid on Wednesday for a $2 trillion infrastructure package that pushes the US toward a clean energy economy.
The bulk of Biden’s plan involves upgrading America’s roads, bridges, and public transit. But it also takes a sweeping definition of the word “infrastructure,” expanding long-term care for older adults through Medicaid, banning exclusionary zoning, and investing in community-based violence reduction programs, among many other things.
The American Jobs Plan, which he will formally introduce later Wednesday in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, will invest about $2 trillion over the next eight years, amounting to about 1 percent of America’s GDP per year over that time, an administration official estimated."
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