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A handful of giant corporations are dominating industries from tech to agriculture — and Americans are paying the price.

My Administration is taking action to change that by building a more competitive economy.

Good-paying, decent jobs you can raise a family on.
Jobs for the future.
Jobs in every part of the country.

That’s what made in America is all about.

Folks, we’re not going to give up. Some people may call what is happening now the new normal. I call it a job not yet finished. We are moving toward a time when COVID-19 won’t disrupt our daily lives. We may not be there yet, but we will get there.

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is going to upgrade everything from roads, bridges, airports, transit, railroad, to make our economy move faster and reduce prices for families. It's going to create better jobs for Americans across the country. We’ll be moving again.

The constitutional right established in Roe v. Wade 49 years ago today is under assault as never before. We must recommit to strengthening access to reproductive care, defending the right established by Roe, and protecting the freedom of all people to build their own future.

Jill and I are saddened to hear two NYPD officers were shot last night — one fatally. We’re keeping them and their families in our prayers. Officers put on the badge and head into harm’s way every day. We’re grateful to them and their families for their extraordinary sacrifice.

There’s a clear choice in the midterms: there’s a party that works for people and is focused on the future—and a party that works for one man and is focused on relitigating the past.

Over the last year, we have seen the grit and determination of the American people in the face of some of the biggest challenges. But I believe the best days of our country are ahead of us. We will get through this.

While the Omicron variant may be a cause for concern, it’s not cause for panic. Between vaccines and boosters to masks and at-home tests, we have the tools to save lives and keep our businesses and schools open.

More than 200 million Americans are vaccinated.
One billion free COVID-19 tests are available for Americans to order.
More than 400 million free masks will soon be distributed to communities nationwide.

We will get through this pandemic together.

One year ago, we promised that we would move quickly to deliver results for working families. From getting shots in arms and getting people back to work, to passing laws to create jobs and rebuild our crumbling infrastructure, we are making progress for the American people.

Tune in tonight as Vice President @KamalaHarris and I host a grassroots event to celebrate what we’ve accomplished this past year and what’s next. RSVP now.

One year ago, we started to write an American story of hope, not fear.
Of unity, not division.
Of light, not darkness.

An American story of decency and dignity.
Of love and of healing.
Of greatness and of goodness.

May this be the story that continues to guide us forward.

210 million Americans fully vaccinated.
96% of schools open.
6.4 million jobs created.
3.9% unemployment.
5 million Americans gained health insurance.

We had a historic first year — and we’re going to keep building on our progress in the years ahead.

Our first year was the greatest year of job growth in modern American history, including over 6 million jobs added—more in one year than ever on record. We have more work ahead, but I know we can do it together.

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