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Biden’s Proposed Paid Leave Plan Gives $4000, 12 Weeks Off, But Who Pays For It?

Biden Use Obscene Amount Of Taxpayer

On April 2, 2021, at the White House, US President Joe Biden speak that he is hoping to ramp up global action on climate through a virtual summit. President Joe Biden on Wednesday in his first State of the Union address is demanded to propose a $1.8 trillion spending and tax credits plan that paid leave policy for all workers which includes what is assumed to include a signature.

That national paid family and leave arrangements would be completed over 10 years and would guarantee workers 12 weeks of paid leave so that they can “take time to bond with a new child, care for a seriously ill loved one, deal with a loved one’s military deployment, find safety from sexual assault, stalking, or domestic violence, heal from their serious illness, or take time to deal with the death of a loved one.”

The White House’s initial release about the policy said that workers would receive up to $4,000 a month with a minimum of two-thirds of average weekly wages replaced, increasing to 80% for the lowest wage work. Speaking about the loss of his son Beau to brain cancer, however, Biden has often discussed anxiety during his presidency.

On the other hand, he has also stressed loss during the pandemic and pushed for Americans to get vaccinated to save lives. Work empathy Biden is asking Congress to pass a bill that would allow employers to give workers seven paid sick days a year.

White House said would essentially be covered through rises in taxes on the wealthy the national family and medical paid leave program would cost around about $225 billion over a decade, which, which many Republicans oppose, CNBC noted.

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