Infrastructure Negotiators Work to Meet Monday Goal

A picture of a bridge over a water system

The bipartisan team of senators scrambling to finalize the details of a $579 billion infrastructure framework in time to meet an informal Monday deadline was poised to miss that goal.

A Democratic aide familiar with negotiations said highways and bridges, water funding, broadband, transit, labor standards under the Davis-Bacon Act and unused COVID-19 relief funding were among the sources of contention.

Such unsettled issues would represent a sweeping portion of the plan to spend $1.2 trillion in baseline and new spending over eight years on U.S. infrastructure.

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