Congressional negotiators wrap up highway bill


WASHINGTON, July 27 (Reuters) - Congressional negotiators agreed on Wednesday on a $286.5 billion highway and transit construction bill, a deal that had eluded lawmakers for nearly two years. The last contentious points were settled and final details were expected to be wrapped up later in the day, congressional aides said. "We have made tremendous progress on the highway bill in recent days and have reached agreement on a final product that will make our nation's roads and bridges ...

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