NATSO Analysis: Key Vote Set for Infrastructure

Lawmakers continue to pursue a two-tracked approach to infrastructure legislation: One discussion centers around infrastructure (and infrastructure-adjacent) policies that can receive bipartisan support, and the other is a Democrat-only "reconciliation" approach that is more ambitious and aggressive but subject to parliamentary impediments that restrict the types of policies that can be included. The two tracks for legislating infrastructure and a follow-on bill are very much intertwined. Many Democrats will want to know what the reconciliation package contains before they commit to supporting the bipartisan infrastructure measure, and vice-versa. NATSO takes an in-depth look at the potential path forward.

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