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Democrats strike deal on climate change and health care

Clip: 07/29/2022 | 13m 49s | Video has closed captioning.

The range of President Biden’s political fortunes this week was on full display. While the president dealt with grim economic reports that showed a slowing economy for a second straight quarter, he was also handed key legislative victories that included a reversal by West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin, who backed a $739 billion deal to tackle climate change, health care costs and other initiatives.

Aired: 07/29/22

Rating: NR

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