The White House Briefing Room
This is the moment to reimagine and rebuild a new economy. The American Jobs Plan is an investment in America that will create millions of good jobs, rebuild our country’s infrastructure, and position the United States to out-compete China. The plan prioritizes addressing persistent racial injustice and invests in rural communities and communities impacted by the transition to clean energy. The American Jobs Plan will invest in America in a way we have not invested since we built the interstate highways and won the Space Race.
Joe Biden’s American Jobs Plan is widely popular 60% of US voters said they support the White House’s American Jobs Plan, including 84% of Democrats, 51% of independents and 35% of Republicans. —Morning Consult / Politico April 2-4 2021
Modernize highways, rebuild bridges, upgrade ports, airports and transit systems.
Create good jobs electrifying vehicles.
Deliver clean drinking water, a renewed electric grid, and high-speed broadband to all Americans.
Solidify the infrastructure of our care economy by creating jobs and raising wages and benefits for essential home care workers.
Revitalize manufacturing, secure U.S. supply chains, invest in R&D, and training.
Create good-quality jobs that pay prevailing wages in safe and healthy workplaces, ensuring workers are free to organize, join a union, and bargain collectively with their employers.
Make our infrastructure more resilient: Safeguard critical infrastructure and services, and defend vulnerable communities.
Produce, preserve, and retrofit more than a million affordable, resilient, accessible, energy efficient, and electrified homes.
Modernize our nation’s schools and early learning facilities.
Establish the United States as a leader in climate science, innovation, and R&D. Partner with rural and Tribal communities to create jobs and economic growth across America.
So much more at www.Whitehouse.gov
Corporations will do their fair share.
Senator Ron Wyden, chair of the Senate Finance committee, along with colleagues progressive Sen Sherrod Brown and centrist Mark Warner are putting together the pay-for of this landmark jobs plan. Built to attract widespread Senate support, the plan will tax offshore income more aggressively and offer new targeted benefits for companies that invest in research and production here at home.
We’re asking American Corporations to pay their fair share. President Joe Biden reminds us, “You have 51 or 52 corporations of the Fortune 500 that haven’t paid a single penny in taxes for three years,” he said. “Come on, man. Let’s get real.”