A major piece of President Biden’s ambitious domestic agenda is moving forward. The House passed the president’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill about three months after it was approved in the Senate. The measure paves the way for job creation and the biggest federal upgrade to the nation’s roads, bridges, mass transit and other projects in years. Christina Ruffini has the latest.
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