advertisement advertisement advertisement As President Biden closes out his third full week in office, many Americans—those who voted for him and those who didn't—are waiting on edge for his legislative priorities to emerge. advertisement Most of us have our own views on what they should be, and given the vast diversity of our country, these ideas cross a wide spectrum of thought. In a recent poll, Fast Company collected responses from one specific group: 206 business leaders who are part of the Fast Company Impact Council or executives of companies on our Most Innovative Companies lists. Here's what tops their lists: Substantially expanding federal support for COVID-19 testing, vaccinations, and personal protective equipment: A majority, 51%, said this should be the top priority. As we enter our second year of the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 450,000 lives lost, there's no part of the United States that the virus hasn't infected. Increasing spending and regulation to improve the environment and reduce climate change: As a new generation of activists is making clear, climate change is one of the most urgent concerns for our future. Nearly half, or 47%, of respondents said the administration should focus on climate legislation. Outside Capitol Hill, many… Read full this story
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