Bipartisan Senate Group Reaches Deal on Infrastructure to Present to Biden
2 min read
The plan includes about $579 billion in new spending but no new taxes.
(Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

A bipartisan group of ten senators reached a deal on an infrastructure plan on Thursday to present to the Biden administration for further negotiations.

The plan includes about $579 billion in new spending and, including expected future spending, would cost $974 billion over five years or $1.2 trillion over eight years, multiple outlets reported. The ten senators said there would be no tax increases.

INBOX: Senators involved in the bipartisan group discussing infrastructure have reached a bipartisan agreement per statement. "This investment would be fully paid for and not include tax increases," statement reads. — Jack Turman III…
Zachary Evans
Read full article