/House eyes vote as soon as Thursday on Biden spending plan as moderate Democrats continue to question costs – The Washington Post

House eyes vote as soon as Thursday on Biden spending plan as moderate Democrats continue to question costs – The Washington Post


Resolving these and other battles is critical, since any delay in bringing the measure before the House would further stall a second, separate effort to improve the nation’s roads, bridges, pipes, ports and Internet connections. The $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill has been stuck in the House since it passed the Senate in August, as liberals have held up its adoption while they seek to negotiate the rest of Biden’s spending priorities with centrists including Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.). The left-leaning bloc has said both bills must move in tandem to win their critical support, a position Pelosi appeared to affirm Thursday.

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