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‘Child care needs to be a guarantee’ in the infrastructure bill, top Democrat says

FILE PHOTO:  House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal discusses his request to IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig for copies of President Donald Trump's tax returns as he talks to reporters at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., April 4, 2019. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

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The second part of the $4 trillion infrastructure plan President Joe Biden will unveil in the coming weeks includes funding for issues like universal pre-K and paid family and medical leave, and House Ways and Means Committee Chair Richard Neal said that those issues belong in infrastructure and should be a top priority.

Neal sent a letter to Democratic committee members on Monday emphasizing the need to make Biden’s infrastructure plan a legislative reality as soon as possible. He said that along with rebuilding physical infrastructure, like roads and bridges, it is also essential details ⇒

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