White House lowers proposed spending on highways and broadband, and shifts some programs into other legislation
By Andrew Restuccia and Andrew Duehren
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—A slimmed-down White House proposal aimed at kick-starting bipartisan infrastructure negotiations fell flat with Senate Republicans, leaving fundamental questions no closer to resolution days before a Memorial Day target for progress in the faltering talks.
The White House lowered its proposed spending on highways and broadband and shifted some programs into other legislation in its new offer.
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