Bipartisan infrastructure bill held up over debate on the cost (includes video story)

President Joe Biden’s proposed trillion-dollar-plus infrastructure bill has been in the works for a few months now, but disagreements over budget have delayed its passing.

President Biden and Republican Senator Shelley Moore Capito sat down last week to negotiate the terms of the infrastructure plan, but opposing views continue to create roadblocks to bipartisan support.

Republicans want to broadly reduce the plan’s new spending and use untouched coronavirus relief money to pay for much of it. infrastructure expenses.

One source says President Biden proposed to cut down his price tag to a trillion dollars, but without using the relief money.

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