There's A Vaccine Bottleneck. It's Hard To Say Why. : The NPR Politics Podcast President Biden has promised that 100 million doses of vaccines will be administered in his first 100 days — but some public health experts think the country can do much better.

Gang of Eight, Gang of Six, Grand Compromise... the storerooms of Congress are littered with tried-and-failed drafts of comprehensive immigration reform proposals from the past four presidents. Now, it is President Biden's turn to give it a go.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, health reporter Selena Simmons-Duffin, and congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell.

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There's A Vaccine Bottleneck. It's Hard To Say Why.

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There's A Vaccine Bottleneck. It's Hard To Say Why.

There's A Vaccine Bottleneck. It's Hard To Say Why.

There's A Vaccine Bottleneck. It's Hard To Say Why.

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President Biden has promised that 100 million doses of vaccines will be administered in his first 100 days — but public health experts think the country can do much better.

Gang of Eight, Gang of Six, Grand Compromise... the storerooms of Congress are littered with tried-and-failed efforts at comprehensive immigration reform from the last two decades. Now, it is President Biden's turn to give it a go.

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