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Debating the Issues of The Day: “Biden’s Agenda” (Online)

October 7, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Sy has been writing a weekly current events blog for several years, and his followers are many. In this program he presents a weekly topic and statements about it, all for discussion and debate. Sy Amkraut moderates.

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From Sy:

Biden’s proposals:

Biden wants to keep Obama care because so many people will lose their health insurance.

About 25 million people.

Biden believes in climate change and will rejoin a new international body that will require everyone to address reducing greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

Biden believes in climate change and that it will produce more jobs because of it being

necessary to adapt to climate change.

Biden believe many deaths occurred from the virus before trump decided to shut down the economy. And that it is very important to wearing a mask.

Biden believe that the taxes should be more heavily weighed upon by those over $400,000 income.

Biden believes that the Congress should pass a 2 trillion stimulus bill as recommended by powerful chairman of the FDA.

Biden believes in conducting himself with civility and not with confrontation to succeed.

Biden pointed out that Trump China Policy was a failure because the trade deficit is as bad as it has been in the past and that the Midwest farmers have lost their business with the Chinese. The Chinese are now buying from Brazil and Canada.

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October 7, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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