US lawmakers approve $1tn in infrastructure spendingon November 6, 2021 at 7:40 am

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The long-delayed bipartisan legislation is a major plank of President Biden’s domestic agenda.

Of course, promises can be broken – and there’s still the possibility centrists could derail the spending package, either in the House or after it reaches the Senate. In the meantime, however, the infrastructure bill, with hundreds of billions of dollars for roads, bridges, pipes and green energy, has reached the finish line, giving Mr Biden a signature bipartisan legislative victory.

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