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Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Stalls, Leaving Agenda in Limbo

  • Bill left hanging by bickering over larger spending measure
  • President to hit the road next week to make case for passage
Record Cash Pours Into $4 Billion Fund In Infrastructure Bet
Photographer: Michael Ciaglo/Bloomberg
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President Joe Biden’s sweeping economic agenda faces an uncertain future in Congress after he failed this week to unify his own party around a strategy to pass a bitterly contested infrastructure plan that’s one of his top priorities.

Biden seeks the $550 billion investment in U.S. roads, railroads, bridges and other public works to fulfill a signature piece of the economic revival he promised in his 2020 campaign. And its passage would provide a much-needed victory after months of setbacks.