Capitol Report: Here’s where Biden stands on key goals at his 100-day mark

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Hundreds of millions of shots in arms? Check. A $15 minimum wage? Stalled. Raising taxes on corporations? A work in progress.

As Joe Biden marks his 100th day in office on Thursday, the 46th president can point to a number of fulfilled goals — alongside plenty of items remaining on his to-do list. He met his first COVID-19 vaccination goal of 100 million shots in his first 100 days more than 40 days early, and later met a doubled goal of 200 million shots, with more than a week to spare.

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