It's Infrastructure Week Somewhere : 1A President Biden is looking to redefine infrastructure by adding funding for social services to his $2 trillion dollar infrastructure proposal.

We discuss the ins and outs of the bill and what kind of impact it could have on Americans.

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It's Infrastructure Week Somewhere

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It's Infrastructure Week Somewhere

It's Infrastructure Week Somewhere

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President Joe Biden's massive infrastructure plan includes much more than repairs to roads and bridges.

His infrastructure bill includes funding for social services, like nursing homes and child care.

What's in the infrastructure bill? And what will its impact be on Americans?

Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh and reporters Laura Bliss and Annie Karni joined us to break it all down.

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