Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill
“The U.S. Senate pushed ahead on Monday with a roughly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill to update America's roads, bridges and broadband networks, clearing the way for a possible vote on the package later this week. The legislation includes $550 billion in new spending, while the rest of the $1 trillion is comprised of previously approved funding.” (Reuters)
The left is disappointed in the bill and urges substantially more spending through reconciliation.
The right is divided regarding both the bill’s merits and the political benefits from passing it.