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Senate infrastructure bill slowed in last lap by lone Republican

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The Senate advanced the bipartisan infrastructure bill on Saturday afternoon, breaking a filibuster to end debate on the deal crafted by a group of 10 senators alongside President Joe Biden. The vote, which was 67-27, easily cleared the 60 votes needed to move forward. It marked another significant step toward clinching a bipartisan agreement between Biden and Congress. Two Republicans who had previously voted against the bipartisan package—Sens. John Cornyn of Texas and Deb Fischer of Nebraska—voted to advance the legislation. The timing of the final vote remains unclear and…

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