Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is aggressively aiming for a vote next week to take up the upper chamber’s bipartisan infrastructure proposal in a bid to force consensus on President Joe Biden’s ambitious domestic agenda before August, Politico reported.
The Senate is expected to vote next Wednesday advancing to a debate on the bipartisan plan to spend nearly $600 billion on roads, bridges, and broadband for which Biden’s given his support, the news outlet reported.
The vote to break a filibuster on proceeding to the bill will need 60 votes, and at least 10 Republicans — double the number of GOP senators who . . .