When we last checked in on Congress in August, at the top of the House's to-do list were two recordbreaking bills: the $3.5 trillion budget bill and the $550 billion infrastructure bill. Since then, committees in the House and Senate have been working on the reconciliation bill while the bipartisan infrastructure bill had been scheduled for a vote in the House the week of September 27.
But that vote had yet to happen as of this recording on the morning of September 30.
How is Congress handling the increasing pressure to pass legislation? Where do the two big bills stand today?