What’s in the bipartisan infrastructure deal reached by Biden, senators?

Fox News congressional correspondent Chad Pergram breaks down the infrastructure bill debate on ‘Cavuto: Coast to Coast’

President Biden on Thursday declared that he and a bipartisan group of senators had reached a deal for a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package, a breakthrough agreement that comes after weeks of arduous negotiations. 

The agreement includes more than $500 billion in new spending that will be invested in “core” infrastructure projects such as roads, broadband internet and electric utilities over the next eight years.

“We have a deal,” Biden said outside the White House, standing next to a group of Republicans and Democrats who helped to craft the framework. “I think it’s really important we’ve all agreed that none of us got all that we wanted.” 

BIDEN, BIPARTISAN SENATORS REACH DEAL ON $973B INFRASTRUCTURE COMPROMISE

Still, the compromise is just the beginning of what’s likely to become a long and difficult path to passage:…

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