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29 Mar: Secretary Antony J. Blinken Before Meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

Well, Secretary-General Guterres, Antonio, it’s wonderful to be with you even virtually. And Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield, wonderful to see you as well. I think this is our third exchange, Mr. Secretary-General, in the two months that I’ve been Secretary of State, and it reflects a basic reality, which is the United Nations is the anchor of the multilateral system. And that multilateral system is vitally important to the United States.

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29 Mar: NEWS TODAY w/Dr. June Knight – “V” Passport Coming – Is this the BUY OR SELL?

Dr. June revealed the White House’s plan to present a COVID-19 passport to you soon. They are proclaiming it will not be federally mandated. Dr. June explains how it will be done by the corporates and businesses, of which the White House admits that it will be done by the private sector. The private sector is the businesses and corporations who are now squeezing everyone through employment claims etc.

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27 Mar: Senior State Department Official On the NATO Ministerial

The real focus was on revitalizing. As the Secretary’s made very clear, he’s focused on repairing, revitalizing, and looking at how we can make the alliance stronger. The alliance, of course, after 72 years is doing extremely well. And one of the things they looked at today was how it can adapt itself even further for the future with the NATO 2030 recommendations that the secretary general has made based on the report that you’ve probably all seen, the public version of that report, after the forward-looking review process that was held last year.

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27 Mar: Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with German Foreign Minister Maas

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken met briefly with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas this evening in Brussels on the margins of the NATO Foreign Ministerial. Secretary Blinken underscored the U.S. commitment to work with Allies and partners to counter Russian efforts to undermine our collective security and, in that vein, emphasized U.S. opposition to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

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27 Mar: Remarks by President Biden on the Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act

The second — so, second, the American Rescue Plan brings relief to a population that is badly hurting. And one more element of our response is that — first and foremost, is the commitment to get Americans a $1,400 check per person, including per child. So, a firefighter and school teacher making $120,000 combined, with two kids, are going to get a $5,6000 in cash.

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27 Mar: 2021 Special Enrollment Period Access Extended to August 15 on HealthCare.gov for Marketplace Coverage

Today, President Biden announced that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is extending access to the Special Enrollment Period (SEP) until August 15 – giving consumers additional time to take advantage of new savings through the American Rescue Plan. This action provides new and current enrollees an additional three months to enroll or re-evaluate their coverage needs with increased tax credits available to reduce premiums.

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27 Mar: Statement by President Biden on the Farm Workforce Modernization Act of 2021

Farmworkers are vital to the wellbeing of our country and our economy. For generations, America’s farmworkers – many of whom are undocumented – have worked countless hours to feed our nation and ensure our communities are healthy and strong. This has been even more clear and crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic, as farmworkers have put their lives and the lives of their loved ones on the line to ensure that families across the country have food on the table.

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