Biden's Next Infrastructure Challenge: Democrats : The NPR Politics Podcast President Biden's infrastructure deal passed the Senate with 19 Republican votes, bolstering his claim that he can secure deals in today's Washington. But now he has to contend with competing priorities within his own party.

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Biden's Next Infrastructure Challenge: Democrats

Biden's Next Infrastructure Challenge: Democrats

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President Biden's infrastructure deal passed the Senate with 19 Republican votes, bolstering his claim that he can secure deals in today's Washington. But now he has to contend with competing priorities within his own party.

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