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Kirsten Gillibrand

 
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Senator
New York
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Democrat
2019-01-02
2025-01-02
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03/18/2024 --nydailynews
Last week, President Biden gave a speech in Milwaukee about granting $3.3 billion from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act "to reconnect and rebuild communities in more than 40 states, including those that were divided by transportation infrastructure decades ago and have long been overlooked," according to the White House.
03/18/2024 --nydailynews
Last week, President Biden gave a speech in Milwaukee about granting $3.3 billion from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act "to reconnect and rebuild communities in more than 40 states, including those that were divided by transportation infrastructure decades ago and have long been overlooked," according to the White House.
03/07/2024 --rollcall
Welcome to At the Races! Each week we bring you news and analysis from the CQ Roll Call campaign team. Know someone who’d like to get this newsletter? They can subscribe here. As Super Tuesday results continue to roll in, the campaign trail comes to the Capitol on Thursday night for President Joe Biden’s State […] The post At the Races: SOTU Thursday follows Super Tuesday appeared first on Roll Call.