This week, Democrats across the country continued to tout the many benefits of President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which will create good-paying jobs while repairing and rebuilding the nation’s roads and bridges, making reliable high-speed internet more accessible, and more. 

Here’s a look at what voters in states across the country read about how Democrats have been delivering this week:

President Biden and Vice President Harris visited Minnesota and North Carolina this week to highlight the benefits of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, from creating good-paying jobs to lowering prices by improving the infrastructure for our supply chains.In Minnesota: 

Minnesota Reformer: Infrastructure law is ‘blue-collar blueprint to rebuild America’ Biden says in Minnesota

NBC Twin Cities: ‘We have to build a foundation for success’: President Joe Biden visits Minnesota to discuss Infrastructure Law

In North Carolina: 

WBTV: ‘America is moving again’: VP Harris promotes infrastructure law in Charlotte

WSOC-TV: VP Harris visits Charlotte, spells out how infrastructure law can help NC

More than two weeks after President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law into law, local news outlets are continuing to highlight how these investments will improve roads, bridges, and highways, help close the digital divide, and more. 

In New Mexico: Albuquerque Journal: NM weighs use of federal money for broadband

In Wisconsin: Spectrum News 1: DNC chairman touts impact of infrastructure deal for Wisconsin

In Texas: NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth: Buttigieg Explains How Infrastructure Plan Will Impact Texas

In Georgia: Gwinnett Daily Post: I-85 improvements, Gwinnett transit expansion could benefit from bipartisan infrastructure package

In Pennsylvania: Erie Times-News: Erie Voice: How the infrastructure bill can close northwest Pa.’s digital divide

Meanwhile, voters across the country continued to read about how — nearly nine months later — the American Rescue Plan is still helping people and improving communities.

In Wisconsin: Wisconsin Examiner: $200 million in ARPA money sent to local governments across Wisconsin

In Alabama: WIAT: Hospital-linked violence intervention among programs for funding from American Rescue Plan

In Maryland: WBFF: City to build 100 wi-fi hotspots in west Baltimore neighborhoods, expand internet access

In Illinois: WIFR: Lawmakers look to use federal money to address housing barriers


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