House Dems wants $715B transportation bill to serve as basis for infrastructure deal
By Megan Henney
The Democratic-controlled House voted on Thursday to approve a $715 billion transportation and water infrastructure bill, a five-year initiative focused on rebuilding the nation’s roads, rail, public transit and water systems.
The INVEST in America Act passed mostly along party lines at 221-201, with two Republicans joining Democrats to support the bill.
Although President Biden and a bipartisan group of senators struck a deal recently for a $973 billion infrastructure bill, they have yet to turn the framework into actual legislation.
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