The fate of President Joe Biden’s $4 trillion economic vision for the U.S. rests with Democratic lawmakers and perhaps a Republican or two who can help navigate a narrowly divided Congress. With his $1.9 trillion pandemic rescue package already law, Biden has set forth a $2.3 trillion infrastructure and manufacturing plan and a $1.8 trillion policy bundle aimed at America’s social ills. Part of his proposed method for funding these bills includes closing a loophole through which the richest of the rich have funneled billions of dollars. But with infection rates falling in many states and the urgency of the pandemic seemingly on the wane, the fight could extend into 2022. This is what to watchDavid E. Rovella

Bloomberg is tracking the progress of coronavirus vaccines while mapping the pandemic globally and across America

Here are today’s top…

Read more…