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Local papers celebrate infrastructure bill's benefits; name and shame Republican opponents

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Rachel Maddow looks at how local newspapers from around the United States are celebrating what the billions of dollars from the infrastructure bill will do for the local area, while in many cases in the same article naming and shaming the Republicans who voted against the bill.