WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Democrats have unveiled a funds decision that maps $3.5 trillion in spending boosts and tax breaks aimed toward strengthening social and environmental applications. That may arrange a battle this fall over President Joe Biden’s home coverage ambitions. The measure’s introduction Monday marks the beginning of an extended trek via Congress of laws that Democrats hope will end in a progressive reshaping of presidency. To succeed, they’ll have to beat probably unanimous Republican opposition. The decision requires creating free pre-Kindergarten for three- and four-year-olds and two years of free neighborhood school; extending tax breaks for youngsters and a few low-income employees; and establishing paid household and sick go away.