The U.S. Senate could pass a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill in the next few days, setting the stage for funds to flow to transportation-infrastructure improvements, water and power-facility updates, and 21st-century priorities such as expansion of broadband access and attempts to address climate change. Another $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill, backed by Democrats only, could follow, with spending focused on “human infrastructure” like child care, education funding, and a Medicare expansion, plus additional climate-related measures.



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