Biden to sign ‘urgent’ $1.2T infrastructure bill week later … on Monday

Biden to sign ‘urgent’ $1.2T infrastructure bill week later … on Monday

President Biden will finally sign the long-awaited bipartisan infrastructure bill on Monday, the White House announced, after it has spent a week on his desk since being passed.

Biden — who insisted there was no time to waste while infrastructure negotiations dragged on but then let the bill languish while House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other members of Congress attended the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland this week — will host the delayed signing of the $1.2 trillion bill when Congress is back in session on Nov. 15.

Congressional members who helped the president pen the bipartisan-supported bill will be present, as well as a “diverse group of leaders” including governors and mayors across the country on both sides of the aisle,

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