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13446198, A LOT is still in - and NO REPUB would ever have done it
Posted by handle, Thu Oct-28-21 09:31 AM
You assholes make it sound like they outlawed Christmas and abolished the 14th amendment.

Lots of stuff is out, but lots is still in. And it's not done yet.

And if Republicans had 51 NONE of this would happen. ZERO. NONE OF IT.


#1:Subsidized child care that caps what parents pay at 7% of their income, which is funded for 6 years.

#2:A one-year extension of the current expanded Child Tax Credit, which impacts approximately 35 million households nationwide.

#3:Expanded tax credits for 10 years for utility and residential clean energy, including electric vehicles.

#4:Extend the current, pandemic-related Affordable Care Act subsidies for 4 years.

#5: Universal preschool for all 3- and 4-year olds, which is funded for at least 6 years.

#6:Earned Income Tax Credit for 17 Million Low-Wage Workers: Extend for one year the current expanded Earned Income Tax Credit for childless workers.


Stop Profitable Corporations from Paying Zero in Tax and Stop Rewarding Corporations That Buyback Stock Rather than Invest in the Company
• 15% Corporate Minimum Tax on Large Corporations
• 1% Surcharge on Corporate Stock Buybacks

Stop Rewarding Corporations for Shipping Jobs and Profits Overseas
• Global Minimum Tax: Consistent with OECD and with appropriate effective date for 15%, Country-by-Country
• Penalty Rate for Foreign Corporations Based in Non-Compliant Countries (i.e. Base Erosion and Anti-Abuse Tax)

Ask Highest Income Americans to Pay Their Fair Share
• New Surtax on Multi-Millionaires and Billionaires
• Close Medicare Self-Employment Tax Loophole by Strengthening the Net Investment Income Tax for Those Making Over $400,000
• Continue Limitation on Excess Business Losses

More here: https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/28/politics/read-build-back-better-plan/index.html