After passing $1.9T in Stimulus, Biden admin eyes sweeping $3T spending proposal

With a $1.9 trillion relief plan passed, the Biden admin is now preparing a massive $3 trillion dollar proposal for infrastructure.

Talks are fluid and the number could change.

According to the Hill “the new package is expected to be split into two separate bills. The first would focus on infrastructure, with spending on manufacturing and climate change measures, broadband and 5G, and the nation’s roads and bridges.”

“The other measure would include funds for pre-K programs, free community college tuition, child tax credits and health care subsidies, according to multiple reports,” the report adds.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement Monday “President Biden and his team are considering a range of potential options for how to invest in working families and reform our tax code so it rewards work, not wealth.”

“Those conversations are ongoing, so any speculation about future economic proposals is premature and not a reflection of the White House’s thinking,” she added.