Full Text: 2,702 Page Bipartisan Senate Infrastructure Deal : The NPR Politics Podcast A vote on the trillion-dollar proposal is expected as soon as Thursday. Also, President Biden has been denying tens of thousands of migrants asylum proceedings, citing public health fears. After months of stagnant negotiations, immigration and civil rights groups are taking the White House to court.

This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, congressional reporter Claudia Grisales, national political correspondent Mara Liasson, White House correspondent Franco Ordoñez.

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Light Summer Reading? The 2,702-Page Infrastructure Deal Just Dropped.

Light Summer Reading? The 2,702-Page Infrastructure Deal Just Dropped.

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A vote on the trillion-dollar proposal is expected as soon as Thursday. Also, President Biden has been denying tens of thousands of migrants asylum proceedings, citing public health fears. After months of stagnant negotiations, immigration and civil rights groups are taking the White House to court.

Read the full text of the legislation here.

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