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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US House of Representatives postponed an expected vote early Friday on the passage of President Joe Biden’s $ 1.75 trillion welfare programs and the climate change investment bill amid Republican delaying tactics.
House Democratic leaders said the House of Representatives will instead meet again at 8 a.m. EST (1300 GMT) to finalize the legislation.
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