Senate negotiators are working to finalize their $1.2trillion infrastructure bill during an infrequent Saturday session.
The bipartisan deal isn't yet finished, however Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) announced around 5.30pm that he would keep the chambers on standby so lawmakers could file the legislation once it is finalized.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Lawmakers are hoping to formally unveil the text of the agreement Saturday night, The Hill reported. However, analysts say this process may continue until Sunday.
'I'm fully committed to passing a bipartisan infrastructure bill, and so the Senate will remain in session today so they can bring this to a conclusion,' Schumer announced.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (pictured above on July 31) says negotiations are moving forward on the $1.2trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill
Schumer says he will keep the chambers on standby so lawmakers can file the legislation once it is finalized. He said: 'I'm fully committed to passing a bipartisan infrastructure bill, and so the Senate will remain in session today so they can bring this to a conclusion'
He said the group of legislators behind the bill are 'working hard to bring this negotiation to a conclusion,' but need some additional time to do so.
Group member Sen. Mark Warner told the newspaper that he and his