The White House on Thursday welcomed the $928 billion Republican counteroffer on in
Senate Republicans on Thursday unveiled their latest counteroffer to President Joe Biden on infrastructure spending, calling for spending $928 billion.
Democratic state treasurers are warning Congress against a GOP pitch to repurpose funds from President Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief law to pay for infrastructure investments.
The counteroffer to President Joe Biden's more sweeping plan rejects a proposed corporate tax increase to pay for new investments.
As a practical matter, Republicans keep telling us they're not serious about reaching a compromise on infrastructure. Perhaps it's time to believe them?
The president's speech in Cleveland followed the release Thursday morning of another counteroffer on infrastructure spending by Senate Republicans that would spend $928 billion and focus more narrowly than Biden wants.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Thursday dismissed the Senate GOP's $928 billion infrastructure proposal, taking a much tougher tone than the White House.
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