How Every House Member Voted on the Infrastructure Bill
Vote on the infrastructure bill
The bill, which includes $550 billion in new federal spending and reauthorizes several existing programs, passed the Senate nearly three months ago after lengthy bipartisan negotiations.
House Democrats had planned to also hold a vote on their sprawling social policy and climate bill on Friday, but it was put on hold after their more centrist members said they needed to see a formal cost estimate first. Progressive members had said they would not support the infrastructure legislation until progress was made on the second, larger bill, but most voted ‘yes’ after the centrist members offered assurances that they would eventually support it if cost estimates come in as expected.