House Democrats seek to pass the bipartisan infrastructure and social spending bills starting Tuesday, a leadership aide told The Hill.
Axios first reported on the schedule of two fundamental laws that are part of President BidenJoe Biden Overnight Energy & Environment – American Clean Power – Supreme Court to Review Power Plant Rule Case Harris Makes Final Pitch for McAuliffe Overnight Health Care – Presented by Altria – Toddlers One Step Closer to Vaccine MOREdomestic agenda, citing two familiar sources.
An aide to the Democratic leadership told Axios that the committees notified House leaders that they had to complete any changes to the spending bill by Sunday, and that the House Rules Committee could meet as soon as possible. like Monday, when the bill would be marked.
An aide told The Hill that the committees have until Sunday to make revisions to the text of the social spending bill and that both bills could be voted on starting Tuesday, although the aide noted that the timeline “was not yet in place. written in stone. “
“Write it down on Sunday for committees to make changes to the revised text. So Rules would meet as early as Monday, flat as early as Tuesday. The schedule is not set in stone yet, ”said the assistant.
The projected deadline comes after progressives scored another victory earlier this week to delay a vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Speaker of the Chamber Nancy pelosiNancy PelosiOvernight Health Care – Presented by Altria – Young Children One Step Closer to Vaccine Progressives See Infrastructure Vote Next Week On The Money – Big Business Wins in Build Back Better MORE (D-Calif.) And his leadership team had tried to vote on bipartisan legislation, which would include funding for “traditional” infrastructure, including roads and bridges, on Thursday before President Biden headed to Rome. However, the bill was ultimately not put to a vote after progressives said they would not vote for the bipartisan bill without the guarantee of a social spending package.
Democrats were also particularly eager to vote on the bill given that the Virginia gubernatorial race is only days away, and recent polls have shown it will be a close race.
A Fox News poll released Thursday showed Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin rose 8 points among likely voters. Among registered voters, meanwhile, the poll showed that the two candidates were separated by a point.
A poll conducted by the Washington Post-Schar School and released the next day showed a closer race, with McAuliffe leading Youngkin by one point among likely voters.
Democrats seek to overcome a stalemate on their social spending bill. A new framework released by the Biden administration on Thursday reduced the total cost of the bill to $ 1.75 trillion, well below the proposed price of $ 3.5 trillion.
Its. Joe manchinJoe Manchin Democrats Seek Adjustments To .75T Framework Ocasio-Cortez Defends Climate Provisions In Spending Bill: ‘I Have To Live In This Future’ Progressives See Infrastructure Vote Next Week MORE (DW.Va.), one of the two main hurdles in the spending bill, said it supported the $ 1.75 trillion figure, but it is unclear whether it supports the framework of the deal itself.