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Critical week for President Biden’s multi-trillion dollar spending plans

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President Biden’s reduced social spending plan is expected to include four weeks of paid family leave and a one year extension of the childcare tax credit. After months of internal battles among Democrats, he’s facing new urgency to act ahead of two international summits.