Biden tours flood-ravaged N.J., NYC, says infrastructure plan needed to deal with climate change

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MANVILLE, N.J. — President Joe Biden on Tuesday surveyed the damage caused by last week’s deadly storms in New York and New Jersey, promising to help flood-ravaged communities he said are likely to get hit again and again by a changing and violent climate.

Democrats, including Biden, argued the storms spawned by the remnants of Hurricane Ida were uniquely destructive and should make climate change a meat-and-potatoes issue before similar storms strike again. While hurricanes have struck the Northeast before,

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