US Congress passes Biden’s sweeping infrastructure bill
13 November 2021 | 3:08 pm
A majority of lawmakers voted to approve Biden's $1.2 trillion package — setting up the president to sign it into law. Political infighting among the Democrats, however, meant delays on Biden's social welfare bill.
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