One thought on “Congress on track – as usual

  1. Will C. says:

    “A bipartisan group of senators said they have reached an agreement in principle with the White House on a roughly $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan, breaking a weeks-long logjam on a sweeping deal to modernize America’s deteriorating transportation systems such as rail, bridges and waterways.
    The agreement was hammered out behind closed doors in the U.S. Capitol with top White House aides in negotiations that lasted into Wednesday evening. Some details, generally described as workable, still need to be ironed out, but comments from several senators and the White House indicate an agreement is at hand.
    It’s expected to win approval from lawmakers in both chambers eager not only to address the country’s crumbling physical condition but also to show that both sides can still forge bipartisan consensus in a Congress that’s become increasingly partisan.”

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