A $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill has made its way through the Senate with a 67-32 procedural vote. The bill has received attention and high acclaim for its goals of funding for roads, bridges and rural broadband. The proposed funding for bridge repair is the largest dedicated investment in bridges since the Eisenhower era. Government officials say the Senate must now finish writing the bill, but the latest approval allows the Senate to start issues debates. After it is written it will need to pass both the Senate and House again. Find out what improvements are likely to be included.