The U.S. Senate returns on Monday to one of its most ambitious agendas in years as Democratic President Joe Biden seeks trillions of dollars in infrastructure spending and Republicans promise “a hell of a fight” against raising taxes to pay for it.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer aims to stage debates and votes this summer on both a bipartisan $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan and the first step toward a second measure that would pass with only Democratic votes.
“Senators should be prepared for the possibility of working long nights, weekends and remaining in Washington into the previously-scheduled . . .