The mayors of Minnesota’s three largest cities are touting President Biden’s “Build Back Better” plan as Speaker Nancy Pelosi pushes for a vote  in the U-S House and a vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill tomorrow.   Rochester Mayor Kim Norton says “Build Back Better” includes an important tax cut for working families:

“Providing 35 million households up to 36-hundred dollars, or 300 dollars per month, in tax cuts per child.”

Republicans, including 8th District Congressman Pete Stauber, call the president’s plan a “socialist spending scam.”  But Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter calls it “the most significant long-term investment in our infrastructure and competitiveness in nearly a century.”