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Biden Infrastructure Plan Would Boost Pandemic Preparedness, Biotech R&D, US Manufacturing

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Tax hike would fund $30bn for pandemic preparations and billions more for biotech R&D and rural manufacturing jobs that are part of comprehensive infrastructure renewal proposal.

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