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New York Times

President Biden got his infrastructure bill. Now he returns to a harsh reality: low approval ratings, a divided electorate and rising inflation. https://t.co/l2SHpms4Tm

MSNBC

"There are still some real challenges ahead for this president," @kwelkernbc says, following Pres. Biden signing the infrastructure bill. "The hard work begins when it comes to the second piece of his agenda – that larger $1.75T spending and climate plan" https://t.co/CMJYRjcr5X

MSNBC

While President Biden's approval rating hits a new low, 63% are in support of the infrastructure bill, according to a new poll. https://t.co/6VSoK3tp9F

MSNBC

Airport upgrades, high-speed internet access, road repairs — what's at the top of your infrastructure wish list? - @thereidout Blog https://t.co/z1qooyCIrs

MSNBC

Now on @MSNBC: Secretary of Transportation Buttigieg joins @JoyAnnReid to discuss $1.2T infrastructure bill https://t.co/RdYLvfum24 https://t.co/hzN7ydmMon

New York Times

The MTA will postpone fare increases for at least six months and defer drastic service cuts now that it anticipates receiving billions of dollars from the federal infrastructure bill, New York City officials said on Monday. https://t.co/tYqDQRiLOD

Vox

Now that Biden has signed infrastructure bill into law, the government faces a new challenge: getting the funds out to states and cities. https://t.co/Ztp4ciyqlf

New York Times

President Biden, surrounded by lawmakers from both parties, signed the $1 trillion infrastructure bill into law. The legislation marked a bipartisan victory, but fell short of Biden's initial $2.3 trillion proposal. https://t.co/HTRZAv4SRw https://t.co/nZHvvf8T1Z

Vox

President Biden signed the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill into law on Monday. Here's what's in the legislation, and why the US needs a lot more infrastructure weeks. https://t.co/NYP8ZypTDD

MSNBC

'Functionally obsolete' Kentucky bridge marked for infrastructure updates, @CalNBC reports. https://t.co/wVwNw7ngzi

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USA TODAY

President Joe Biden signed a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill into law. Here's where some of those dollars will go. https://t.co/TCY08kihUh https://t.co/jQkTW55GVQ

NBC News

President Biden chooses Mitch Landrieu to coordinate infrastructure plan implementation. https://t.co/ODqMCx6m2F

The Guardian

Biden basks in bipartisan triumph – but is it a new start or a swansong? https://t.co/YhClv8ZBEm

Politico

Trump is wading into the member-vs.-member primary in West Virginia, endorsing Alex Mooney over David McKinley (who recently voted for the new infrastructure law) https://t.co/txXthlDFS6

Politico

Biden took a victory lap today as he signed into law a $550 billion infrastructure package. “Too often in Washington the reason we didn’t get things done is because we insisted on getting everything we want,” the president said. https://t.co/KcyBKKbhyk

NPR

JUST IN: President Biden signed the $1 trillion infrastructure bill into law. He called it proof that both parties can work together. https://t.co/z6u71GTOfP

ABC News

Pres. Biden’s key policy initiatives are far more popular than he is, new @ABC News/WaPo poll finds. 63% support the infrastructure bill passed by Congress and 58% support for the now nearly $2 trillion social spending bill still under debate. https://t.co/pwSI0LDvs7

CBS News

WATCH LIVE: CBSN's "Red & Blue" has news and analysis on the infrastructure bill, Steve Bannon's court appearance and other top political stories. https://t.co/oSTqxmDACZ

CBS News

The bipartisan infrastructure bill seems poised to have immediate impact, with mayors and governors already announcing it will help create new train lines, rebuild airports and avoid a raise in NYC subway fares. @edokeefe reports at the White House: https://t.co/jZAlks97Z8 https://t.co/RJMWYTuZaw

CBS News

Pres. Biden touts the infrastructure bill as an achievement in bipartisan. But GOP leaders have said little about it, and the 13 House Republicans who voted for it have received hundreds of hostile phone calls accusing them of betrayal. @NikolenDC reports: https://t.co/jZAlks97Z8 https://t.co/HirUa7h39K

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Reuters

Biden signs $1 trillion infrastructure bill https://t.co/HXR2VcvGcu https://t.co/aCbZn30FEl

The Hill

.@VP Kamala Harris: "Here is what I know to be true, Mr. President. You are equal parts believer and builder, and because you are, we are all better off. On behalf of our nation, thank you, Mr. President." https://t.co/rMNlThXcPu https://t.co/eWzD6cn44O

The Hill

President Biden: "My fellow Americans, today I want you to know we hear you and we see you. The bill I'm about to sign into law is proof that despite the cynics, Democrats and Republicans can come together and deliver results. We can do this." https://t.co/rMNlThXcPu https://t.co/uqDZqTo54d

The Hill

.@SenSchumer: "We told American families that we'd meet the challenges of our time with boldness and with courage. Now they're getting one of the largest infrastructure bills ever. To paraphrase one of my favorite former vice presidents, it's a big effing deal." https://t.co/l7zW6ZekSI

Reuters

President Joe Biden signed into law a $1 trillion infrastructure bill at a White House ceremony that drew Democrats and Republicans who pushed the legislation through a deeply divided U.S. Congress https://t.co/QX5ia0R5eE https://t.co/S6K2kB23CJ

The Hill

.@SpeakerPelosi: "I especially want to acknowledge President Biden for the glorious vision and the great commitment that he had to bring this legislation forward for the people. It is a great achievement. Thank you, Mr. President." https://t.co/rMNlThXcPu https://t.co/xTTsagasm5

The Hill

President Biden signs the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill into law during a White House ceremony. https://t.co/GhRMYobVvB https://t.co/CB8prSd8gE

The Hill

.@PressSec Jen Psaki: "We know that the president's agenda is quite popular, and as you can see in the poll, the American Rescue Plan, the infrastructure deal are some of the most popular major pieces of legislation in the last 20 years." https://t.co/4c97iAGch2 https://t.co/NLGqBAju9Q

Newsweek

President Joe Biden delivered on a key campaign promise Monday, signing the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package into law after months of congressional negotiations. Biden said the deal is proof that Republicans and Democrats can “come together and deliver results.” https://t.co/1Qcxer87uj

Associated Press

BREAKING: President Joe Biden signs a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill into law, hailing it as an example of what bipartisanship can achieve. Biden says the package will deliver jobs, clean water, high-speed internet and a clean energy future. https://t.co/JVfjl9At1D

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Wall Street Journal

Anomalous weather is overwhelming U.S. infrastructure: “Our cities and infrastructure...are not appropriate for the current situation.” https://t.co/UsvpjSrbIA

Washington Examiner

Landrieu likes to get things done, and at times, he’s not gentle about it, writes @QuinHillyer. If a nation wants to spend $1.2 trillion rapidly to improve roads, bridges, and electric grids, that lack of gentleness may on balance be a virtue. https://t.co/jVZ2V1uLDO

Washington Examiner

WATCH LIVE: Biden signs bipartisan infrastructure bill https://t.co/xfihHFdChF

Washington Examiner

"Too often in Washington, the reason we don’t get things done is because we insist on getting everything we want," Biden said. "With this law, we focused on getting things done." https://t.co/tT3jr4tP25

Wall Street Journal

“We’ve never seen destruction like this before.” America built infrastructure to withstand droughts and floods of the past. It isn’t prepared for the weather today—or the forecast for future years. https://t.co/QgPxAdKslp

Washington Examiner

The bipartisan legislation will fund everything from new and repaved bridges and roads to water systems, expanded broadband access, and investments in renewable energy. "This infrastructure bill is essential and important for many reasons." https://t.co/WGizecJvIh

Washington Times

Biden signs $1T infrastructure bill into law, opening up funds for roads, ports https://t.co/aYdwASyCUz

Wall Street Journal

Breaking: President Biden signed the $1 trillion infrastructure bill into law, a rare bipartisan win and the largest federal investment of its kind in more than a decade https://t.co/mmAhR8M30C

Washington Examiner

LIVE NOW: President Biden signs the Infrastructure bill WATCH: https://t.co/miDY1ZfrJs

Washington Examiner

The bill funds everything from new and repaved bridges and roads to water systems, expanded broadband access, and investments in renewable energy. But the question now is how such a massive spending bill radiates out from Capitol Hill over the 50 states. https://t.co/vi1wy8OFy2

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Fox News

White House announcer appears to skip Harris at infrastructure signing after disastrous CNN report https://t.co/6ntvSbi2Ck

Newsmax

Dick Morris outlines the overwhelming responsibility and power Sec. Buttigieg will wield due to President Joe Biden's infrastructure bill. https://t.co/fAsycmaq8j

Fox News

Polls indicate infrastructure bill is popular, but Biden and Democrats don’t get any bounce https://t.co/ys1DGG2BgA

Newsmax

ICYMI: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell backed the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, handing Democrats a legislative victory, but he delivered a potential loss to Republicans in the midterm elections and beyond, former President Donald Trump said. https://t.co/NLhZ8qVEhf

Newsmax

President Joe Biden has named former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu to supervise the $1 trillion infrastructure plan, the White House said Sunday. https://t.co/fr2rvixQZM

Newsmax

It's a "sad day in America" when lawmakers, their staff, and their family members are being threatened for how they choose to vote on legislation, Rep. Fred Upton said Sunday. https://t.co/CiNxY5P0FQ

Breitbart News

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) warned that the Democrat's $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill was causing significant "inflationary pressure" and had questionable revenue sources. https://t.co/ZJ2CM86PA5