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Biden’s negotiations with Republicans on the infrastructure bill have broken down

2021-06-09 06:52

Source: Securities Times

Author: Song Tenghu

Securities Times

Song Tenghu

2021-06-09 06:52

Securities Times.com, according to CCTV News citing US media sources, on June 8, local time, negotiations between US President Biden and the Republican Senate Group on the infrastructure construction bill have broken down, and the two parties are in the infrastructure composition and fund allocation. There are serious differences on the issue. Since no agreement has been reached, some other bipartisan lawmakers are quietly drafting a backup infrastructure bill. President Biden has already contacted at least one of them on June 8 to seek follow-up support. Local media said that if the talks continue without results, Biden may not be able to consider whether to rely solely on Democrats’ votes to advance the infrastructure plan.

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