On this 56th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, I signed an executive order to promote voting access. The right to vote is sacred and fundamental – and this is just the beginning of our work to ensure every American can freely exercise that right.
The legacy of Selma is that while nothing can stop free people from exercising their most sacred power as citizens, there are those who will do anything they can to take that power away. As we reflect on the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, we must stay focused on the work ahead.
When I took office, I promised help was on the way. Thanks to @SenSchumer and Senate Democrats, we've taken one more giant step forward in delivering on that promise.
I hope the American Rescue Plan receives a quick passage in the House so it can be sent to my desk to be signed.
Tammy — and countless other Americans across the country — are struggling to get by, through no fault of their own. I gave her a call to discuss how the American Rescue Plan will deliver direct relief and help her family get through this crisis.
Native American communities have been hit hard by COVID-19. But thanks to the Indian Health Service and strong partnerships with Tribal governments, organizations, and urban Indian groups, more than 500,000 vaccines have already been administered with more on the way.
With the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, we now have a third safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine being administered across the country. I’m grateful these folks are stepping up and getting vaccinated — and I encourage every American to do the same when it’s their turn.
This afternoon, I brought together a bipartisan group of lawmakers from the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. We’re committed to working across the aisle to build modern and sustainable infrastructure that once again leads the world.
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