With the U.S. borders open for travel, a growing job market, and a key part of U.S. President Joe Biden’s legislative agenda approved, can the Biden administration keep up this momentum?
People travelling from Canada, Mexico, and 33 other countries that were initially banned from crossing or flying into the U.S. at the start of the pandemic. They’re now able to enter the country –provided they’re fully immunized with FDA approved vaccines.
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- Lincoln Mitchell is a political analyst and adjunct associate professor at Columbia University.
- Arthur Dong is an economics and business professor at Georgetown University.
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British Airways and Virgin Atlantic planes took-off simultaneously from London Heathrow to New York's JFK as Covid travel ban lifts between the U.S. and Europe https://t.co/vpg3HVIeIp pic.twitter.com/huqa0viCJc
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“Finally, infrastructure week,” a beaming President Biden told reporters. “I’m so happy to say that: infrastructure week.”https://t.co/BRSxHWgyeG
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“Nobody should have to live like this”: Black residents hope infrastructure bill will fix city’s water woes — if state allows it
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