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Wires and social media reporting comments from Republican Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) saying that Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell has told fellow GOP senators that he is 'open' to a bipartisan infrastructure plan.
- Following the breakdown in talks between the White House and Sen. Shelley Moore-Capito (R-WV), former GOP presidential candidate, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), is now leading a new effort to reach a bipartisan consensus. However, Romney's insistence of no new taxes to pay for the plans could prove a major obstacle.
- Should Collins' comments prove accurate and McConnell is willing to reach a deal with the White House it could prove a major boost to getting a deal through that isn't reliant on a reconciliation process.
- Nevertheless, the prospect of a true bipartisan deal with support from Senate GOP leadership remains slim given the bitter relations between the two sides at present.