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‘Inaction simply is not an option’: Biden defends infrastructure plan to ‘build for tomorrow’

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During his remarks on the American Jobs Plan, President Biden says that he is open to debate and “good-faith negotiations,” but reminds Congress that “inaction is simply not an option” when it comes to seeing infrastructure through the lives of working people in America.