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White House to host CEOs on spending bill push -Breaking


© Reuters. Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary, holds a briefing for the media at Washington’s White House on January 25, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Millis

WASHINGTON (Reuters] – Officials said that President Barack Obama will be hosting the heads of key U.S. businesses, including tech and auto sector companies on Wednesday as part of his $1.75 billion Build Back Better legislation.

Jen Psaki (White House press secretary) told reporters that “We have an occasion tomorrow on Build back Better, where there will be several CEOs here,” during a Tuesday news briefing.

Biden was determined to push Congress to pass the December spending bill. It would give billions of dollars for climate change mitigation and electric vehicle development.

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