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This afternoon to talk infrastructure, But one top Democrat is already slamming on the brakes. Bloomberg's Amy Morris has more from Washington House transportation and Infrastructure chair Peter DeFazio says there is no possible way a planned infrastructure bill could go through the budget reconciliation process. Now that procedure would allow legislation to be passed by the Senate with a simple majority. But the Senate parliamentarian has already ruled funding for several infrastructure projects within the current stimulus package can't be passed via reconciliation, and it is too early to know if a separate package would gain enough support in Washington. I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg Radio. So far, no no action at the U. S. Capitol despite concerns about violence today. On a day. That conspiracy theories say is the real inauguration day that Capitol police officials are not ready to let their guard down. They've asked that the National Guard remain at the capital for two more months. Threats of possible violence at the capital, not preventing the Senate from continuing its work on a covert relief bill. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says they will move quickly no matter how long it takes. The Senate is going to stay in session to finish the bill this week. The American people deserve nothing less. Republican Ron Johnson has demanded the 700 page stimulus bill be read in full on the Senate floor, which could take 10 hours.

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