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The First $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Deal Vote Failed. It Doesn't Really Matter.

The First $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Deal Vote Failed. It Doesn't Really Matter.

Update: 2021-07-223
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A group of 21 senators from both parties but out a statement that they're close to a deal and another vote is expected as soon as Monday.

And an Ohio Democratic primary race to replace Biden official Marica Fudge in the House of Representatives is getting a lot of national attention, including from this podcast.

This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, congressional correspondent Susan Davis, and demographics and culture correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben.

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The First $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Deal Vote Failed. It Doesn't Really Matter.

The First $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Deal Vote Failed. It Doesn't Really Matter.

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