US Senate Passes $1 Trillion Dollar, Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

The US Senate just approved a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure plan, which provides momentum for this first phase of Biden’s “Build Back Better.” The vote tally was 69-30; it now heads to the House of Representatives where it will stall until the House returns from recess next month. The Senate will now work on passing  a budget resolution that would allow Democrats to approve what they see as a complementary $3.5 trillion spending plan without Republican votes.

In all, 19 Republicans joined all Democrats in voting for Senate passage. Vice President Kamala Harris, as presiding officer, announced the final tally.

The Associated Press:


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