The Biden admin's $3.5 trillion spending plan over ten years would have a net cost of $1-1.75 trillion, budget groups say, far less than the Trump tax cuts of 2017.
The White House budget proposal, with its infrastructure and families plans, would only spend about a quarter of GDP, less than other wealthy countries spend.
Three lead negotiators of the Senate GOP's counter-proposal to Biden's infrastructure plan represent states ranked in the bottom 10 for broadband access.
Americans for Prosperity is hitting six key moderate House Democrats with digital ads opposing reintroduced drug pricing measures.
Dozens of U.S. companies have paid zero federal income tax while claiming to lead on "inclusive prosperity."
Over 50 members of Congress are calling on President Biden to "significantly" cut military spending in next year's budget and invest in social needs.