Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2021-07-30 14:49:11 –
Washington (AP) —The Senate has advanced an infrastructure program of about $ 1 trillion with a group of bipartisan senators helping to clear another hurdle on Friday.
The vote was 66 to 28.
Lawmakers are now brave enough to see if support can be maintained during the next few days of debate and efforts to amend the bill.
Senate leader Chuck Schumer, DN.Y. Says that with bipartisan support, Congress should be able to process legislation quickly.
“We may need a weekend. We may vote for some amendments, but we believe we can finish the bipartisan infrastructure bill in a few days with the help of our Republican colleagues.” Said.
Whether the number of Republican senators who are willing to pass an important part of President Joe Biden’s agenda will increase or decrease in the coming days will determine whether the president’s signature issue can cross the finish line. To decide.