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Infrastructure negotiations by the numbers


I firmly believe that Biden should make a deal, and I hope it happens. But this is not negotiation in good faith.

The GOP’s offers included a lot of money that Congress was already going to spend, or they would have reauthorized older appropriations.

March 31: Biden proposes $2.25 trillion
April 22: Senate GOP counters with $225 billion (10% of original proposal)
May 21: Biden counters with $1.7 trillion (75% of original proposal)
May 27: Senate GOP counters with $257 billion (11% of original proposal)
June 3: Biden counters with $1 trillion (44% of original proposal)
June 4: Senate GOP counters with $330 billion (15% of original proposal)
June 7: Biden calls off negotiations.

Posted: 06/10/2021 at 10:22AM



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