News Roundup: ‘Bipartisan’ infrastructure nudges forward; is vaccine hesitancy easing?

News Roundup: ‘Bipartisan’ infrastructure nudges forward; is vaccine hesitancy easing?

In the news today: The long-awaited “bipartisan” infrastructure bill passed a key Senate vote this evening, thus … allowing debate on the not-yet-finalized proposal to begin on the Senate floor. Republican lawmakers continue to downplay the January 6 insurrection and its violence. And is a new pandemic surge convincing some previous vaccine holdouts to finally follow through?

Here’s some of what you may have missed:

Republican takes over ‘bipartisan’ infrastructure effort, House Democrats fight for climate

Georgia congressman refuses to back off claim that Jan. 6 was a ‘normal tourist visit’

Conservatives are finally tiring of needlessly dying, so are they finally vaccinating?

New energy data shows solar and wind rising as ‘King Coal’ continues an epic crash

California restaurant demands diners to prove they aren’t vaccinated before being served

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