President of America Biden signed a one trillion infrastructure bill into law this Monday. Which is the major share of their domestic expenses. This money will be provided to local and state governments to upgrade the bridges, roads, transit system, and more.
The event – which the White House said was in the front of some 800 guests, including members of state and local officials, members of Congress and governors from both sides of the sile, as well as business and labor leaders. President Biden delivers on two key campaign promises: first his vow to broker legislation that could get support from both Democrats and Republicans; and his pledge to get major legislation to provide money to needed public work projects, which their predecessors from both parties tried to deliver but failed to deliver.
In the South Lawan Ceremony, President Biden said that people have heard fake speeches and promises on the improvement of roads, bridges, and other public infrastructure from the previous leader. But today we are finally doing this, he said America will move again and your life is about to change for the better.
The legislation which was signed this Monday attracted support from 13 House GOP members and 19 Senate Republicans, despite strong opposition from some GOP leaders and Trump.
Several Republicans who negotiated the bill attended the signing ceremony, including Sens. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, and Susan Collins of Maine.