DAILY CALLER POLITICAL REPORTER
The bipartisan infrastructure bill overcame a Senate filibuster again Sunday, putting the sweeping public works package on a glide path to final passage after months of delicate negotiations.
The bill, which would be the largest investment in roads, bridges, ports, broadband and more in decades, advanced with significant bipartisan support, with moderate senators in both parties lauding it as a critical investment in the future of the country.
The vote, which was to invoke cloture on the bill as a substitute amendment, was approved 68-29, with 18 Republicans joining every Democrat in voting in favor.
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