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Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Negotiated By Tester Passes Through U.S. Senate

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Today, the U.S. Senate passed the bipartisan infrastructure bill fostered by five Republican and five Democratic Senators, including Montana’s Jon Tester, and it will now go the U.S. House of Representatives for a vote. The bill would invest billions of dollars into Montana infrastructure by replacing and repairing bridges and highways, expanding broadband access to rural areas, complete all authorized water projects through the Bureau of Reclamation, among many other initiatives. 19 Republican Senators voted in favor of the bill; Montana’s Steve Daines was not one of them.

Senator Tester spoke shortly after the bill’s passing about how exactly Montanans would feel the bill’s impact.

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