Digging their own hole deeper…

Senate votes to end debate on $1T infrastructure bill
The Senate on Sunday night voted to end debate on a roughly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, putting it on a glide path, albeit still a lengthy one, to passing this week. 

Senators voted 68-29 to end debate on the bill, which required 60 votes. 

Even though the legislation — crafted by a bipartisan group of senators and the White House — is all but guaranteed to pass the Senate and head to the House, opponents could still use the chamber’s rules to run the clock for an additional 30 hours before the Senate can take a final vote. That would delay passage of the bill, absent an agreement, until early Tuesday morning.

By Radiopatriot

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  1. I thought they were on recess until afte Labor Day? Tried to find it on duckduckgo and couldn’t find it/

    1. I think they elected to have an emergency session–this is how desperate they are to get all their poison stuff passed. No telling what is in that bill–2700 pages (I’m sure no one has read it).

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