We Found Bipartisanship In An Infrastructure Place?

The Dumbocrats and Repukelicans have rediscovered the unthinkable.


On Tuesday, the $1.2 billion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act or Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal (BID) passed the Senate by a vote of 69–30. The BID is a result of breaking up the remaining parts of President Biden’s Build Back Better Plan (BBB) into itself and a future $3.5 billion Budget Reconciliation (BR) bill, “which opens the door to health, education and tax reforms,” per Washington Post Congressional economic policy…