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Have Biden's First Two Years Been a Success?

Hear us out. Yes, Joe Biden's approval ratings have been abysmal since the messy withdrawal from Afghanistan one year ago. Inflation and gas prices remain high. But the president managed to get major infrastructure, climate change, health care and gun control legislation through an evenly divided Congress — some with bipartisan support. Learn more, and read the opposing views.

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    What Biden Achieved So Far

    Biden signs Democrats' $740 billion tax, climate and health care bill into law

    Biden signs Democrats' $740 billion tax, climate and health care bill into law

    President Biden signed into law Tuesday the Democrats' $740 billion reconciliation bill. Why it matters: The package, known as the Inflation Reduction …

    A Functional Congress? Yes.

    A Functional Congress? Yes.

    Describing Congress as dysfunctional seems unobjectionable, even clichéd. I’ve done it myself this summer. Yet as the current session enters its final months, the description feels off. The 117th Congress has been strikingly functional. On a bipartisan basis, it has passed bills to build roads and …

    The Opposing Views: Biden Presidency Is a Failure

    How Americans Are Feeling

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