WASHINGTON – The U.S. House voted 228-206 for $1.2 trillion in infrastructure spending over five years for roads, bridges, mass transit, rail, airports, ports and waterways. Earlier the U.S. Senate passed the bill. Next President Biden needs to sign the bill into law. The bill is separate from a stalled Biden proposal for  social infrastructure like health care, education and family programs.

In favor

Angie Craig, D-Mn2 (south suburbs)

Betty McCollum, D-Mn4 (St. Paul)

Dean Phillips, D-Mn3 (west suburbs)

Ron Kind, D-Wi3 (LaCrosse)

Gwen Moore, D-Wi4 (Milwaukee)

Mark Pocan, D-Wi2 (Madison) rural west)

Against

Tom Emmer, R-Mn6 (north suburbs)

Michelle Fischbach, R-Mn7 (rural west)

Mike Gallagher R-Wi8 (Green Bay)

James Hagedorn, R-Mn1 (southern Minnesota

Ihan Omar, D-Mn5 (Minneapolis)

Pete Stauber, R-Mn8 (Iron Range)

Scott Fitzgerald, R-Wi5 (Juneau)

Glenn Grothman R-Wi6 (Campbellsport)

Bryan Steil, R-Wi1 (Janesville)

Tom Tiffany R-Wi7 (Hazelhurst)