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‘Dinner table’ politics: Why Joe Biden ditched bipartisan dealmaking to pass his COVID-19 relief bill – USA TODAY

Biden’s decision to go it alone on his COVID-19 relief plan could sink any specter of bipartisanship as he moves on to the next big-ticket item in his first 100…



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President Biden said the U.S. will have enough COVID-19 vaccines for every adult by the end of May, two months earlier than expected.
WASHINGTON  With his first major legislative win on track to pass Congress early this week, President Joe Biden is already looking ahead to the next policy push on his Build Back Better agenda.
His victory lap may be short-lived. 
The expected passage of the $1.9 trillion COVID relief package may give the president a tailwind as he seeks an even larger price…

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