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U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Expects the Infrastructure Bill to Pass
  • Nancy Pelosi spoke about the infrastructure bill on Sunday.
  • Pelosi is optimistic that the bill will be passed.

Nancy Pelosi (US House Speaker) is looking forward to Thursday’s $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill and believes it will pass.

Nancy Pelosi, 52nd Speaker of House of Representatives spoke on Sunday about the infrastructure bill. The bill is meant to fund roads, bridges and schools, as well as other infrastructure projects. She stated that it will be introduced on Monday.

Pelosi is yet to set a vote date for the $3.5 billion climate and social welfare bill, according to reports. The bill, which has split her fellow Democrats and is still in negotiation, was not to be overlooked.

In a letter to Democrats that her office released, Pelosi said,

Tomorrow, September 27, we will begin debate on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework on the Floor of the House and vote on it on Thursday, September 30, the day on which the surface transportation authorization expires.

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