News and Political Intel on Federal Infrastructure Legislation

Senate Negotiators Push to Delay Infrastructure Vote – Key Differences May Imperil Bipartisan Legislation

This afternoon, Senate Majority Leader Schumer is expected to bring the bipartisan infrastructure agreement to the floor for a vote of cloture, a vote that would advance the agreement to[…]

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Critical Week for Bipartisan Infrastructure Legislation – BDA and MBFA Continue to Promote Muni Priorities

As Congress returns from a 2 week July 4th recess, it’s make or break time for infrastructure legislation in 2021.  With only 8 legislative days left before the month-long August[…]

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Infrastructure Deal Within Reach – Muni Provisions Remain a Priority

A bipartisan group of 21 Senators has come to a soft agreement with the Biden Administration on a $1 trillion infrastructure package.  While the deal has yet to receive support[…]

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Direct Pay Bonds and PABs Remain in Spotlight – Other Muni Provisions Expected to Receive Continued Support

As noted yesterday, a bipartisan group of 21 senators released the latest infrastructure compromise, a $1 trillion package with nearly $600 billion of new spending.  While light on pay-for details, the[…]

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Bipartisan Senate Group Releases Updated Infrastructure Proposal

Last night, a group of 21 Senators released their much-anticipated infrastructure compromise. The package comes with a price tag of $1.2 trillion dollars, including over $570 billion in new spending.[…]

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Infrastructure and Municipals Expectations and Predictions for the Remainder of 2021

Many questions remain unanswered as we enter the 6th month of infrastructure discussions with little tangible accomplishments achieved.  While some compromise has been reached in recent weeks, frankly, both parties[…]

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