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To grow the middle class, we must invest in the American people. I was proud to stand with House Democrats in passing our historic Infrastructure Law. 

This law represents the largest investment in bridges since the establishment of the Interstate Highway System, the largest investment in passenger rail since the creation of Amtrak, and the largest investment in public transit — ever.

It also marks a major step toward the greener, more sustainable future our kids deserve: deploying electric school buses, building out a nationwide network of electric vehicle chargers, and investing in our clean energy grid.

The Infrastructure Law is already directly impacting Massachusetts — from building safer streets and modernizing Logan Airport to expanding high-speed internet access and removing lead pipes from our schools. As the Biden Administration implements this transformative legislation, I’m working to ensure Bay Staters continue to receive our fair share of funding.

I have also secured additional investments for local projects in the Fifth District — including resources to combat food insecurity, support child care providers, bolster rail service in Greater Boston, and help families achieve the dream of homeownership.

Now, as Democratic Whip, I’m keeping our communities’ infrastructure needs at the top of Congress’ agenda and ensuring everyday families have a voice at the leadership table.

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Rep. Clark looks in a hole with a ladder coming out of it, the site of a lead pipe being replaced at a Malden home. Rep. Clark is sitting at a conference table, flanked by Govenor Maura Healy and Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimonodo. They are in front of a large painting of the local IBEW logo. Rep. Clark points to a severely corroded pipe at the Public Works building in Watertown. Rep. Clark speaks at a podium in front of trees. In the foreground is a man wearing a reflective coat that says Public Works.