Stories tagged: "Biden’s First 100 Days"


Kevin Mahalko manages a family-run organic dairy farm near Gilman. (Photo supplied)
Vilsack Is Back. Wisconsin Farmers Show Cautious Optimism for His Second Round as Ag Secretary.

Having already led the USDA under Obama, he’ll be walking a tightrope between corporate and family farm interests.

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Arizona Successfully Opened Its 24/7 Vaccination Site at State Farm Stadium—and There Are More to Come

President Joe Biden praised Arizona’s vaccine rollout during a virtual tour of the stadium, where thousands of residents are vaccinated daily.

A voting sign on a wall in English, Spanish, and other languages.
Congress Needs to Fix Backlog That Silenced 300,000 Potential Immigrant Voters by Passing the Citizenship Act

The Trump administration's citizenship backlog cheated 300,000 immigrants out of exercising their voting rights. It is unfair that they should wait any longer—Congress must ratify the US Citizenship Act of 2021.

caravans of fast food workers circling McDonald's in demands for an increase in minimum wage
Democrats Introduce a Bill To Raise the Minimum Wage—A New Study Says That Could Help Save Infant Lives

The bill would double the federal minimum wage. A new study says it could also help reduce infant mortalities.

Black Americans celebrating Biden's win
Black Americans Delivered the Democratic Majority. Black Leaders Are Demanding Action From Biden’s Administration.

Biden arguably owes his presidential success to Black Americans. Now, Black leaders expect the president to keep his promise of prioritizing their concerns.

Joe Biden signed executive orders marking the start of his COVID plan for the nation
In 24 Hours, Biden Has Released More of a COVID Plan Than Trump Did in a Year

Biden's first full day in office proves a commitment to science and exemplifies something the Trump administration failed to have: a national strategy.

Biden signs executive orders dismanting the 1776 Commission and report
Biden Moves To ‘Defeat the Lies,’ Starting With Dismantling the 1776 Commission

The Trump administration's 1776 Report was rejected by historians as propaganda. In one of his first acts as president, Biden officially revoked it.