WASHINGTON — With Congress and the administration squabbling about spending, Las Vegas business leaders on Monday began a lobbying push to spur infrastructure projects, like the Interstate 11 thoroughfare to Phoenix, and other critical measures to lift the city out of the pandemic.

“It’s critical to diversifying our economy,” Mary Beth Sewald, president and chief executive officer of the Vegas Chamber, said of the I-11 project to complete a section of the interstate to the Arizona border.

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