Biden Wants $10 Billion To Put Young People To Work On Environmental Projects : The NPR Politics Podcast The president's Civilian Climate Corps proposal is a reboot of a New Deal era program that employed young men to build trails, parks, and other nature projects. While it is hard to say what will get through Congress, the initiative appears popular with a diverse set of voters.

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Biden Wants $10 Billion To Put Young People To Work On Environmental Projects

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Biden Wants $10 Billion To Put Young People To Work On Environmental Projects

Biden Wants $10 Billion To Put Young People To Work On Environmental Projects

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The president's Civilian Climate Corps proposal is a reboot of a New Deal era program that employed young men to build trails, parks, and other nature projects. While it is hard to say what will get through Congress, the initiative appears popular with a diverse set of voters.

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