(Worthy News) – Congress passed President Biden’s $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill late Friday night after months of negotiations among Democrats over a different measure- President Biden’s massive social spending and climate change bill.
The infrastructure bill had already been approved by a bipartisan majority in the Senate. It’s intended to provide funding for the nation’s aging roads and bridges, along with broadband internet and public transit. Now that it’s passed the House, it heads to the president’s desk for final approval.
In a 228-206 vote, 13 Republicans, mostly moderates, supported the legislation while six progressive Democrats voted against it. [ Source: CBN News (Read More…) ]
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