Joe Biden’s ‘Democratic wish list’ bill passes the US Senate | The World

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The US Senate has passed a $430 billion USD bill intended to fight climate change, improve healthcare and tackle inflation. The bill will now need to pass the House of Representatives before being signed into law.

Political reporter with The Hill Julia Manchester says it’s a big deal for the president.

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