Infrastructure

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President Biden announced that five cabinet secretaries would represent him in efforts to get the plan through Congress. ...
The president’s $2.3 trillion proposal drew a range of reactions on Capitol Hill, where Republicans rejected raising taxes on corporations and some Democrats began jockeying for their own demands. ...
Rep. Conor Lamb (D-PA), a member of the House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure, talks to Lawrence O’Donnell about the importance of President Biden’s $2 trillion plan and how his constituents hope that it will create more jobs and boost the local economy. ...
President Joe Biden's proposed $2.25 trillion "infrastructure" bill will only include $650 billion in funds for roads, bridges, and ports. ...

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