Touring Greensboro and High Point Monday, Vice President Kamala Harris made the case for the Biden administration’s $2 trillion jobs and infrastructure plan.
The vice president made her first stop at the Center for Advanced Manufacturing at Guilford Technical Community College near Greensboro to talk about the administration’s economic policy and the American Jobs Plan.
“It will be the largest jobs investment our country has made since World War II. And it’s not just about jobs. It’s about good jobs,” Harris said.
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Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan, the former head of North Carolina’s environmental agency, will be accompanying Harris in the state. The EPA, along with the Department of Energy, will be key to the administration’s broader $174 billion electric vehicle push.
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Harris will visit a Thomas Built Buses manufacturing plant in High Point, N.C., to discuss the $20 billioninvestment the administration is proposing to convert the entire U.S. fleet of gasoline and diesel-powered school buses to electric vehicles.
The visit will follow a Harris speech at the Center for Advanced Manufacturing at Guilford Technical Community
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