Some Republican U.S. senators snipe at $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill

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By Makini Brice and Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate will try to complete work this week on a $1 trillion infrastructure investment bill that would bring long-awaited improvements to roads, bridges and mass-transit systems, even as some Republicans began complaining about the details. Following long weekend sessions, senators on Monday began voting on amendments to the 2,702-page bill. But battles already were shaping up. Republican Senator Pat Toomey said in a statement that the bill’s proposed tax reporting regime for cryptocurrencies was overly broad and unworkable. He s…

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