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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. Senate Republicans are due to hear details on Tuesday about a bipartisan proposal to revitalize America's roads and bridges, which lawmakers believe could win support from the caucus as a part of President Joe Biden's sweeping infrastructure plan.
WASHINGTON, June 14 U.S. Senate Republicans are
due to hear details on Tuesday about a bipartisan proposal to
revitalize America's roads and bridges, which lawmakers believe
could win support from the caucus as a part of President Joe
Biden's sweeping infrastructure plan.
WASHINGTON U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Monday that President Joe Biden would not get a Supreme Court nominee confirmed in 2024 if Republicans regain control of the chamber and a vacancy arises during that presidential election year.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A bipartisan group of 10 U.S. senators said on Thursday it had reached agreement on a framework for a proposed infrastructure spending bill that would not include any tax increases. | Video
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A bipartisan group of 10 senators is trying to craft a plan to revitalize U.S. roads and bridges without tax hikes, lawmakers said on Wednesday, though some of President Joe Biden's fellow Democrats fretted that such an approach on infrastructure legislation would fail.
WASHINGTON President Joe Biden on Tuesday broke off talks on an infrastructure bill with a key Republican, instead reaching out to a bipartisan group, after one-on-one talks with Senator Shelley Capito were described as hitting a "brick wall." | Video
WASHINGTON Several top U.S. Senate Republicans on Monday rejected Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's G7 deal to impose a global minimum corporate tax and allow more countries to tax big multinational firms, raising questions about the U.S. ability to implement a broader global agreement.
WASHINGTON U.S. Senate Republicans unveiled a new $928 billion offer to revitalize America's roads, bridges and broadband systems on Thursday, which fell well short of President Joe Biden's latest infrastructure proposal but proved substantial enough to keep negotiations alive. | Video
WASHINGTON, May 27 U.S. Senate Republicans,
hoping to strike a deal with President Joe Biden on
infrastructure, are expected to unveil a new offer on Thursday
that would spend about $1 trillion to revitalize America's
roads, bridges and broadband systems.