Bipartisan infrastructure plan could get another chance after Senate setback


by CNBC

CNBC— The bipartisan infrastructure plan backed by President Biden failed to advance in the Senate, but it could see another vote on Monday.

ZeroHedge—Pelosi Holds Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan Hostage Until She Gets Senate Reconciliation Deal. Pelosi Holds Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan Hostage Until She Gets Senate Reconciliation Deal House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she won't entertain a bipartisan infrastructure package unless the Senate delivers a larger, Democratic-only plan expected later this year which could only be passed through budget reconciliation. "I won’t put it on the floor unless we have the rest of the initiative," Pelosi said In Sunday comments on ABC's "This Week." Pressed on not holding a vote on...

ABC News—Key details of the Senate's bipartisan infrastructure plan. The Senate has voted to take up a $1 trillion infrastructure plan that would increase federal spending by about $550 billion over five years

The Independent—Key details of the Senate's bipartisan infrastructure plan. A bipartisan group of senators has reached agreement on the details of a $1 trillion infrastructure plan that would increase federal spending by about $550 billion over five years