Biden Says Infrastructure Deal to Move Ahead on Two-Tracks

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Jun.24 — President Joe Biden agrees on an infrastructure deal with a bipartisan group of senators. The bill would move alongside separate legislation that would spend trillions more on what he called “human infrastructure” that the GOP opposes. Abigail Doolittle has market reaction and Emily Wilkins reports from Washington.

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