Bloomberg: Senate Vote on Infrastructure Bill Could Come This Weekend



WASHINGTON - Delays caused by negotiations on the 2,702-page infrastructure bill will push a vote in the U.S. Senate until at least Saturday, Bloomberg reports.

There are a few issues causing a holdup, and include the following:

-Modifying a provision dealing with reporting requirements for cryptocurrency transactions for tax collections. The cryptocurrency industry says it feels unfairly targeted.

-A pending amendment that would allow state and local governments to use up to 30 percent of their unused COVID relief funds on infrastructure projects.

The infrastructure bill includes $110 billion in new spending for roads and bridges, $73 billion for electric grid updates, $66 billion for rail and Amtrak, $65 billion for broadband expansion, $55 billion for clean drinking water, and $39 billion for transit.

To read more on the bill, here is a link to the Bloomberg article.

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