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Now the US President Biden's agenda which he promised during the election campaign will face problems as Republicans take control of the House of Representatives.
Republicans will try to stop Biden's assault weapons ban, federal abortion rights protections, criminal justice reforms, and voting rights legislation.
The White House declined to comment on the executive actions it may be considering. Biden will strictly work on securing bipartisan support for his agenda.
Over the last six months, Biden has depended on his executive authority for progressive matters like canceling student debt for federal borrowers, forgiving federal marijuana convictions, and providing federal assistance to women seeking abortion cases.
Biden Agenda Will Got Lack of Support from Republican-Led House
It’s a challenge for Biden that it’ll face a lack of support in a Republican-led House.
US House Minority leader Republican Kevin McCarthy is not going to support Biden's agenda in the future.
Ron Bonjean, a Republican strategist said he doesn’t foresee any significant bills making it to Biden’s desk over the next two years, other than measures to fund the government or respond to national emergencies such as hurricanes and wildfires.
Civil Rights Leader, National Urban League President Marc Morial said “It’s a difficult time to pass a real voting rights bill. A real minimum wage increase. But I think that those should be put on the floor. I think they should be passed.
I think the Democrats should not be disabled, particularly on the Senate side. They should force the Republicans to cast a vote on these bills.