Democrats could pass infrastructure, spending bills by Tuesday
The Hill – House Democrats are looking to pass both the social spending and bipartisan infrastructure bills as early as Tuesday, a leadership aide told The Hill.
Axios first reported on the timeline for two critical pieces of legislation that are part of President Biden’s domestic agenda, citing two sources familiar.
An aide for Democratic leadership told Axios that committees were notified by House leaders that they had to finish any changes on the spending bill by Sunday and that the House Rules Committee could meet as soon as Monday to mark it up.
An aide told The Hill that committees have until Sunday to make revisions to the social spending bill’s text and that both bills could be voted on as early as Tuesday, though the aide noted that the schedule was “not set in stone yet.”