President Biden was in Baltimore Monday to highlight a major railway tunnel reconstruction project that will be paid for, in part, by the bipartisan infrastructure law. The project will replace a century-old tunnel connecting Philadelphia and Washington, a familiar route for the president who spent years as a senator commuting via train between Washington and Delaware. Laura Barrón-López reports.
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