(CNN)This week, President Biden unveiled a roughly $2 trillion jobs plan focused on infrastructure and the climate crisis. Meanwhile, Republican legislatures in Georgia and Texas defended legislation that would curb voting access.
MondayBiden says 90% of adults will be vaccine eligible in three weeksButtigieg says no gas or mileage tax in Biden’s infrastructure planTuesdayJustice Department investigating Matt Gaetz as part of broader trafficking probe into another Florida politicianRepublicans press ahead with voting restrictions in key states, even as legal fights mount over new Georgia lawBiden unveils first slate of judicial nominees featuring diverse and history-making selectionsRead MoreWednesdayBiden promises ‘once-in-a-generation’ investment during pitch for $2 trillion infrastructure and climate planIowa Democrat announces decision to withdraw effort to contest House raceTransgender rights in the spotlight as Arkansas and Tennessee become latest states to pass anti-trans legislationThursday
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Inside Biden’s new ‘Jobs Cabinet’: An extensive effort to notch infrastructure winTexas Senate advances bill with new voter restrictionsInvestigation of Matt Gaetz includes whether campaign funds were used to pay for travel and expensesFridayHunter Biden dodges questions on laptop seized by FBIUS Capitol is on lockdown due to an external security threatAnd that was the week in 13 headlines.