The House and Senate are in all week and may consider the traditional infrastructure bill and the “Build Bigger and Broker Government" bill. This assumes a deal is reached, is acceptable to all sides, and can be put into legislative text by Wednesday or Thursday.
As of now, the $3.5 Trillion bill is being scaled back to "only" $2 Trillion with many of President Biden's preferred items being stripped. Reports indicate free community college is completely out, 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave each year for every U.S. worker will be reduced to 4 weeks, and other cuts will be made.
But as Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) said, "History has shown that if you get important reforms that really deliver for communities — like holding down prescription drug costs, clean energy, billionaires paying their fair share of taxes — people look at that and they say: ‘I like that! You can keep building on it.’"
That translates into "We will take what we can for now and then tack on more later on."
The chance of a vote this week seems highly unlikely at this point, so don’t expect any votes on either bill until next week at the earliest. Instead, we will likely see another short-term extension of transportation programs, with a deal being announced later in the week.