House plans vote to ease formula crisis as Biden pledges quick action

  • Rebecca Heinrich, director of the Mothers’ Milk Bank, loads frozen milk donated by lactating mothers from plastic bags into bottles for distribution to babies Friday at the foundation’s headquarters in Arvada, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

WASHINGTON — Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday that the House would take action next week to address the baby formula shortage that has left parents desperately searching for food for their children, as President Joe Biden pledged action that would result in more formula on store shelves within “weeks or less.”