IN THE STATES: As Unemployment Rate Reached New Low, President Biden Delivers for Families

Across the country, voters woke up to news this morning that nonfarm payroll employment increased by a staggering 531,000 jobs in October and the unemployment rate dropped to a new pandemic low, in the latest signs that President Biden and Democrats’ economic plan is working. Now, we have an opportunity to build on that progress by passing President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda that will cut costs for working families, create jobs, invest in our infrastructure and boost our economy, not to mention — give middle and working-class families one of the largest tax cuts in history. 

Here’s what Americans across the country were reading this week about how the Build Back Better agenda will build an economy that works for everyone — not just those at the top:

In Georgia: Georgia Health News: Uninsured in Georgia, South would win big under Democrats’ plan

In North Carolina: Cardinal and Pine: North Carolina Could See Boost in Child Care, Health Care, Paid Leave, and Housing if Congress Acts

In Michigan: WNEM: US Secretary of Labor: Build Back Better Agenda good for Michigan

Meanwhile, with grants for small businesses, a historic middle-class tax cut, and more Americans getting vaccinated, the American Rescue Plan continues to deliver for communities across the country. According to the Detroit Free Press, families across the country are able to use the expanded Child Tax Credit payments made possible by President Biden and Democrats to “catch up after falling behind on bills; cover the family’s monthly car lease payment and cell phone bill; pay health insurance premiums; pay for costs associated with sports, including travel hockey; set aside a little extra savings toward college; and deal with everyday school expenses.” 

In Michigan: Detroit Free Press: Child tax credit brings extra cash and some sanity to family life

In Georgia: Albany Herald: CAMIA HOPSON: Albany is bouncing back thanks to Biden’s American Rescue Plan

In California: KTLA: ‘Comeback Checks’: L.A. to give out $5,000 grants to thousands of small businesses

And millions of parents all over the country breathed a sigh of relief as President Biden announced that the United States reached a turning point in our battle against COVID-19 as the FDA authorized the emergency use of a safe, effective vaccine for children ages 5-11. 

In Pennsylvania: The Philadelphia Inquirer: Younger kids in the Philly region are getting their COVID-19 vaccines, bringing long-awaited relief for parents

In California: KPIX: ‘A Huge Sigh Of Relief;’ Kids COVID Shots Begin In Santa Clara County

In Arkansas: KAIT8: Parents share excitement on vaccination approval

In New York: News12: ‘Day of relief and celebration.’- President Biden on board with vaccine approval for kids ages 5 to 11