Bipartisan Senate infrastructure deal would cost about $1 trillion

An infrastructure plan crafted by a group of Senate Democrats and Republicans would cost roughly $1 trillion, a price tag that leaves the senators with work to do to win over members of both parties. The proposal, which aims to upgrade physical infrastructure such as transportation and water systems, would cost $974 billion over five… Continue reading Bipartisan Senate infrastructure deal would cost about $1 trillion

Bipartisan Senate group nears infrastructure deal, but still needs to win over party leaders

Senators from both parties have inched closer to an infrastructure deal they hope to sell as a plan that can get through Congress with bipartisan support. A group of 10 Democrats and Republicans has a ‚Äútentative understanding‚ÄĚ on a proposal to upgrade U.S. transportation, broadband and water systems, Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, told reporters Thursday.… Continue reading Bipartisan Senate group nears infrastructure deal, but still needs to win over party leaders