The Wall Street Journal: Infrastructure bill approved, but Biden faces hurdles with bigger spending plan

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WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden notched a big win with the House passage of the $1 trillion public-works bill late Friday, but political obstacles loom ahead for the White House as attention shifts to an even bigger spending bill and next year’s midterm elections.

Congress is set to take a weeklong recess and return on Nov. 15 with a litany of items to complete in short order to avert a government shutdown and move forward on the roughly $2 trillion education, healthcare and climate package that has proven difficult to negotiate with the party’s slim majority in Congress.

This article was originally published by Marketwatch.com. Read the original article here.

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