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"Build Back Better" and other trending narratives.

November 19, 2021EdgeTheory

"Build Back Better" and other trending narratives.

The Build Back Better narrative has been amplified by 320 media sources of U.S. Media Matrix across 759 unique narratives in the last 3 days. The most active trends associated with the Build Back Better narrative are white housepresident joejoe biden, and child care.

US MEDIA MATRIX: Build Back Better →


  • Press Secretary Jen Psaki was noncommittal Monday when a reporter asked if President Biden would support a presidential bid by Kamala Harris down the road if she decides to run in 2024 or 2028. The vice president is reportedly feeling iced-out in the White House.
  • Sen. Joe Manchin opposes tax incentives for electric vehicles made by American workers represented by unions. Toyota and other foreign-run auto companies have been lobbying against the provision, while United Auto Workers (UAW) has expressed support.
  • Some groups serving the skilled trades are recruiting women and assisting with child care. They welcome federal assistance if the Biden administrations Build Back Better provisions are passed. Women in Construction is recruiting women to join the ranks of skilled trades.

U.S. Media Matrix includes a broad range of American media sources, grouped by political bias and reliability of reporting according to a number of news-source ratings sites.

US MEDIA: Overdose Deaths →

More than 100,000 people died of drug overdoses in the United States during the 12-month period ending April 2021. That's a new record high, with overdose deaths jumping 28.5% from the same period a year earlier. Opioids continue to be the driving cause of drug overdose deaths.
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US CONGRESS: Middle Class →

President Joe Biden's Build Back Better agenda would raise taxes on up to 30% of middle-class families, despite his campaign promises not to hike taxes on anyone making under $400,000 per year.
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US CONGRESS: Inflationary Pressure →

Rating agencies say Biden's spending plans will not add to inflationary pressure. Biden has spent the past few months promoting the merits of both pieces of legislation - the $1.75 trillion "Build Back Better" plan
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