Listen: Biden addresses $1 trillion infrastructure law in Superior

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President Joe Biden was in the Twin Ports today, Wednesday, March 2.

The president and first lady Jill Biden landed aboard Air Force One at the Duluth International Airport and were greeted on the tarmac by Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz, Duluth Mayor Emily Larson, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and Superior Mayor Jim Paine before heading across the bridge to the University of Wisconsin Superior.

Biden spoke for around 30 minutes at UWS’s Yellowjacket Union about the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure law and how it benefits Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Great Lakes region.

The News Tribune and Superior Telegram were covering many aspects of Biden’s visit. Here is the entirety of his speech today to a small group of people, including UWS students, staff and faculty.

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Samantha Erkkila is a former digital content producer for the Duluth News Tribune.
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