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MAGA Republicans in Congress talk about crime, but their budget cuts funding for the FBI, ATF, and local law enforcement.

Mine puts 100,000 police officers on our streets to strengthen accountable community policing.
Electric vehicles are the future of auto.

That’s why we’re building EV chargers across over 75,000 miles of highway.

It’ll electrify the great American road trip, create good-paying jobs, and help us build a cleaner tomorrow.
Thirty-five years ago, many states required a woman's husband or father to co-sign a new business application.

Can you imagine?

Now, thanks to the women who dreamed of having their own business and forging their own independence, we’re making up for lost time.
Women-owned businesses add $1.8 trillion to America’s GDP each year, and 12 million businesses across our country are owned by women.

Strong economies rely on strong women entrepreneurs.
I call on Congress again to pass my assault weapons ban.

It's about time we make some more progress.
Tune in as I host the SBA Women’s Business Summit.…
Our agenda lowered health care premiums by an average $800 yearly for nearly 15 million Americans.

MAGA Republicans in Congress want to roll that back.

I won’t stand for proposals that make it harder for families to have peace of mind.
I’m sick and tired of companies breaking the law to keep workers from organizing.

It’s time to pass the PRO Act – workers have a right to form a union.
If extreme MAGA House Republicans’ proposals become reality, services at 125 Air Traffic Control Towers would be shut down, and passengers at some large airports would face wait times of two hours or more.
The Affordable Care Act is a statement of purpose; a statement about the nation we must be, where all people — no matter who they are, where they live, or how much they earn — can access the health care they need.
Extreme MAGA House Republicans’ proposals would rip food assistance away from families.

It would put 1.2 million women, infants, and children in jeopardy.

My budget would put food on the table – in school cafeterias and American homes.
Since I took office, over 10 million new small business applications have been filed, and our investments are helping businesses in rural communities get connected to high-speed internet.

It's about time our economy worked for Main Street.
.@RepJimmyGomez, Jill and I welcome Hodge to the People’s House anytime.
President Biden greets a baby at an anniversary celebration of the Affordable Care Act in the East Room of the White House on March 23, 2023.
MAGA House Republicans’ proposals would cut back on U.S. Department of Labor investigations and inspections.

This means that 135,000 workers would lose an average of $1,000 in back wages that they’re owed.

That’s not the right way to treat folks who keep our nation running.
Americans across the nation just like Patricia rely on the Affordable Care Act to maintain their health and dignity.

MAGA House Republicans want to gut its vital protections.

You have my word: as long as I’m in office, I won’t let it happen.
MAGA House Republican proposals would slash funding for border security – a move that could allow nearly 900 pounds of fentanyl into our country.

We need more resources to secure the border. Not less.
These past two years, we’ve made generational investments in America –

In infrastructure, manufacturing, clean energy, the middle-class, and more.

We’re not done yet.
This week, we honored 23 extraordinary Americans who are masters of their crafts in the arts and humanities.

For their boldness to be truth tellers, bridge builders, and change seekers.

And for their work exemplifying who we are as a nation.
For decades, too many communities have been left out or left behind.

My economic plan is changing that with over 12 million new jobs, thousands of workforce training projects, and $300 billion in new manufacturing investments from businesses.
Jill and I are praying for those who have lost loved ones in the devastating tornadoes in Mississippi and those whose loved ones are missing.

I spoke with @tatereeves, @SenatorWicker, @SenHydeSmith, and @BennieGThompson to express my condolences and offer full federal support.
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I also spoke to @FEMA_Deanne, who has already deployed emergency response personnel and resources to support search-and-rescue and assess the damage. We will do everything we can to help. We will work together to deliver the support you need to recover, for as long as it takes.
Jill and I are praying for those who have lost loved ones in the devastating tornadoes in Mississippi and those whose loved ones are missing.

I spoke with @tatereeves, @SenatorWicker, @SenHydeSmith, and @BennieGThompson to express my condolences and offer full federal support.
Canada and the United States can do big things – because we do them together.
The United States chooses to link our future with Canada’s because we know that we will find no better partner, no more reliable ally, no more steady friend.

And today I say to all the people of Canada that you will always be able to count on the United States.
The same fundamental aspirations reverberate across both the United States and Canada.

To live in freedom – with dignity.
To relentlessly pursue the possibilities of tomorrow.
To leave for our children and grandchildren a future that is better because of our efforts.
Tune in as the First Lady and I attend a Gala Dinner hosted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mrs. Sophie Grégoire Trudeau of Canada.…
The United States and Canada share a 5,525-mile-long border defined by peaceful commerce.

A trading relationship that measures more than $2.5 billion a day.

And enduring ties between friends and family.
No two nations on earth are bound by such close ties of friendship, of family, of commerce, or of culture as the United States and Canada.

It was a pleasure sitting down with Prime Minister Trudeau to discuss strengthening our nations' shared prosperity and security.
Tune in as I hold a joint press conference with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.…
Unions made Michigan a hub of American business, and an engine of America’s middle class.

A strong middle class benefits everybody.

Michigan is leading as a great place to be a worker and a great place to do business.
Michigan, long known as a mainstay of organized labor, became the first state in decades to repeal a union-restricting law known as "right-to-work" that was passed over a decade ago by a Republican-controlled Legislature.…
Tune in as I address the Canadian Parliament.…
Prime Minister Trudeau was my first meeting with a foreign leader just one month into my Presidency.

Since then, we’ve been in close touch – taking on some of the toughest issues facing the world and building a partnership that is an incredible advantage to both our nations.
Hello and Bonjour, Canada!
Thank you, Prime Minister, for the warm welcome up north.
It was a pleasure greeting Governor General of Canada Mary Simon and discussing the strength of the U.S.-Canada relationship.
We made history when the Affordable Care Act became law.

We took a giant step forward in realizing a fundamental principle: that healthcare is a right – not a privilege.
Teresa's youngest son is a Type 1 diabetic who needs his insulin pump to live.

She said when times got tough – the Affordable Care Act saved them.

I'll never stop fighting to protect hardworking families like hers from Congressional Republicans who'd gut health care benefits.
My budget will build on the progress of the Affordable Care Act.

It takes steps to lift the burden on seniors and hard-working Americans, so at the end of each month folks have some breathing room.

It's about fairness and dignity.
Many of the folks who joined me today for the anniversary of the Affordable Care Act were also present for the signing of it.

They may remember the words I used to describe it.

It was a big deal.

Thirteen years later, I stand by that.
I ran for president to protect and strengthen the Affordable Care Act – and that's exactly what we've done.
To mark 13 years of the Affordable Care Act, Barack and I spoke to a few folks who know first-hand the sense of dignity that comes with health coverage.

They thought they were going to be talking to two ACA policy experts who worked at the White House. Turns out, they were!
The signing of the Affordable Care Act was the most consequential piece of health care legislation since the creation of Medicare and Medicaid in 1965.

Change was promised. And change was delivered.
Remember when just being a woman was considered a pre-existing condition?

The Affordable Care Act changed that.

MAGA Republicans in Congress may have forgotten. But I haven't.
All Americans deserve the peace of mind that if an illness strikes or an accident occurs they can get the care they need.

That's why I'm focused on protecting, strengthening, and building on the progress of the Affordable Care Act.
History – like the signing of the Affordable Care Act – is made when men and women decide there’s a greater risk in accepting a situation we cannot bear than in steeling our spine and embracing the promise of change.
Tune in as I deliver remarks on the 13th Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act.…
Since the Affordable Care Act was signed, Republicans on the Hill haven’t stopped their attacks on this lifesaving law.

Multiple court challenges.
Sabotage from my predecessor.
Over 50 attempts to repeal it.

I’ve got a better idea — let’s protect, strengthen, and extend it.
President Obama says: We’re a nation that does what's hard, what's necessary, and what's right.

That's the Affordable Care Act.

And because of it — today — 40 million Americans have the peace of mind that comes with health coverage.
Just got great news - nearly 13 million Americans signed up this round for private health insurance thanks to the Affordable Care Act.
Today, 13 years after it was signed, the Affordable Care Act hasn’t just survived – it’s stronger than ever.

40 million people have the peace of mind that comes with health coverage.

I'll never stop fighting like hell to protect and strengthen it.
Q CELLS’ announcement to expand solar manufacturing in Georgia will create good-paying jobs here at home while tackling the climate crisis — and it’s the direct result of my economic plan.

Let’s keep investing in America.…
Too often, companies make it difficult to unsubscribe from a service, wasting Americans’ time and money on things they may not want or need.

I support @FTC's proposal requiring companies to fix this.

It shouldn’t be harder to cancel a service than it was to subscribe for it.
FTC proposes rule provision making it easier for consumers to “click to cancel” recurring subscriptions and memberships: /1
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