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On Thursday, President Biden signed a bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday. Our hope is that all Americans can feel the power of this day, learn from our history, celebrate our progress – and grapple with the distance we still have to travel. https://t.co/c6LV0miRo0
Ms. Opal Lee is an incredible woman – and it was my honor to welcome her to the White House. Thanks to her relentless dedication, Juneteenth is now a federal holiday. https://t.co/scPtk8cNJN
Ms. Opal Lee has walked for miles — literally and figuratively — to bring attention to Juneteenth. On Thursday, Ms. Lee visited the White House to be a part of the President’s bill signing to make Juneteenth a federal holiday. Watch as she remarks on her experiences here. https://t.co/7KJ2uhpOrl
Today’s Supreme Court ruling once again underscored the incredible strength of the ACA. A record 31 million people have enrolled in health care through the law – 1.2 million more signed up using the special enrollment period, open through 8/15. Sign up at https://t.co/Z1ZSzQNxNn.
New unemployment numbers: while weekly data can be volatile, the four-week average for initial unemployment claims declined yet again – and is now below 400,000 for the first time since March 2020. Thanks to President Biden’s economic plan – Americans are getting back to work. https://t.co/VKpFJqj9v2
“For $130, it really shouldn’t be this hard just to use the internet.” For Danielle, getting access to internet is a daily struggle. Learn more about how the American Jobs Plan would bring affordable high-speed internet to rural America: https://t.co/3XIrOWTAMr https://t.co/uZsWOTNrwY