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In Monday's debate, Hilary Clinton pledged to spend $275 billion investing in America's infrastructure. Donald Trump doubled down, promises lots more. On Tuesday the Senate failed to pass a bill to keep the government open because Democrats insisted - and Republicans rejecting - inclusion of a modest $220 million to repair the toxic contamination in the Flint, Michigan public water system.
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