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A group of key Senate Republicans and the White House announced Wednesday that they had reached an agreement on a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package. The bill includes $550 billion in new spending — $30 billion less than the original bipartisan agreement hashed out last month.
While there will likely be more proposals on infrastructure spending from Democrats — although Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has blocked Democrats’ $3.5 trillion in proposed party-line spending — the bipartisan bill would still encompass a major investment. It’s also already passed a test vote in the Senate. details ⇒
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