Monday, April 5, 2021
Monday, April 5, 2021

5 important steps Hillary Clinton will take to reduce inequality and grow our economy

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Clinton Campaign Trail — We’ve been covering the campaign trail of Hillary, Donny, Jill Stein & Gary Johnson. Kat Kane from the Hillary for America campaign released an article on HillaryClinton.com – we highlight the keypoints for you.

  • In her first 100 days as president, Hillary will work with both parties on a plan to create the next generation of good-paying American jobs
  • Every American deserves access to quality, affordable education—from cradle to college. Hillary’s plan starts with making preschool available to every family in every community within 10 years
  • More money in the pockets of hardworking Americans is good for businesses—and our economy
  • She’ll make companies that send jobs overseas give back the tax breaks they’ve received in the U.S
  • She’ll crack down on wage theft, enforce overtime laws, and stand with unions to make it easier for workers to bargain collectively

 

  Let’s make college debt-free for all and transform the way we prepare Americans for the jobs of the future. – Hillary Clinton

  • Ask the wealthiest Americans to pay more in taxes, including a new tax on multimillionaires, to help pay for the investments our country needs without increasing the national debt
  • It’s time for our economy to meet the needs of the modern workforce. That’s why Hillary is fighting for family-friendly workplace policies
  • As president, she’ll provide tax relief for working families to help ease the cost of health care, prescription drugs, and housing
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