Sen. Susan Collins, one of the negotiators working on the bipartisan infrastructure bill, said Sunday lawmakers are “just about finished” working up the language of the legislation and she believes that at least 10 Republican senators will vote to pass the bill this week.
“Large parts of the text have already been shared with Senate offices,” the Maine Republican told CNN’s “State of the Union.” “Overnight we’ve been finishing up the spending provisions, appropriations provisions, and marrying them to the bill. We really are just about finished.”
She acknowledged it is difficult to “translate an agreement into actual bill language,” but Friday night the . . .