The senator hopes that Biden could consider the pair of proposals for his infrastructure plan.
The lawsuit claims that the company abuses its large market share and employs anticompetitive practices.
In a heated Senate hearing, Warren called out the JPMorgan Chase CEO as the “star of the overdraft show.”
While conservatives complain about “censorship,” progressive coalitions are moving to break up big tech.
“We don’t compromise with white supremacy. End the filibuster,” said Rep. Cori Bush.
Warren’s plan is larger than Biden’s recent IRS proposal and is more specific in its aims to go after the wealthy.
The proposal might have a chance after insider trading allegations shook the Senate last year.
Biden previously supported canceling up to $10,000 of student debt but has postponed action on the proposal for months.
Beefing up IRS audits for the wealthy could increase federal revenues by $700 billion over next 10 years.
Nearly 20 percent of parents have stopped working or work reduced hours due to a lack of child care, the report finds.