The infrastructure package contains $550 billion in entirely new investments, including money for electric-car charging stations and zero-emission school buses. The spending is mostly paid for — without raising taxes. The bulk of the funding comes from repurposing unspent coronavirus relief money and tightening enforcement on reporting gains from cryptocurrency investments. The bill would add about $256 billion to the deficit, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
The plan garnered significant support from Democrats and Republicans.
Here is a rundown of what is in the 2,700 pages of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.