Infrastructure, yes, but also jobs
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The bipartisan infrastructure deal appears on again after running into some trouble over the weekend. The wrinkle was President Joe Biden suggesting he won't sign the $1 trillion deal unless a separate bill that Republicans oppose also comes to his desk. Plus, the investment in human capital that comes with the infrastructure deal. And, a new McKinsey report on structural racism in the workplace finds addressing wage disparities could lift 2 million Black Americans into the middle class.
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Infrastructure deal back on after Biden walks back earlier insistence that the bill be coupled with spending for Families Plan
Marketplace's Nova Safo reports.
The job-creating infrastructure package is being debated at a time when millions of skilled blue-collar workers are nearing retirement.
A new McKinsey report details the sweeping economic disparities Black Americans face.
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