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Bridges don't build themselves: How Dems' spending flop hurts their infrastructure victory

4 monthes ago   |   By Politico

President Joe Biden locked down the infrastructure portion of his vision for economic recovery. Then Congress crushed the plan for training enough workers to turn that vision into reality.
Even before the president signed the bipartisan infrastructure package into law in November, economists warned that a shortage of skilled workers would spoil Democrats' dreams of mass job creation. Weeks later, prospects withered for passing the other chunk of Biden's master plan, the $1.7 trillion climate and social spending package, throwing into limbo the $20 billion for education and training...
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