Senate Revs Up To Pass Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill
Senate Democrats and Republicans are set to pass the $1 trillion infrastructure bill that will invest billions of dollars in upgrading roads, bridges, transportation and other public works systems.
After surviving months-long negotiations, the bill will go onto the House of Representatives and the Senate will shift gears to a budget resolution.
Here & Now‘s Robin Young talks with NPR’s congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell.
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