The senators negotiating a $550 billion infrastructure package finished the text of their legislation Sunday, moving the Senate a crucial step closer to likely passage this week. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the chamber would be ready to vote on the bipartisan bill "in a matter of days."

The bipartisan group that negotiated the plan spent much of Sunday combing through the 2,701-page bill before it was presented to the full Senate.

"Neither side got everything they wanted," Utah Senator Mitt Romney, a Republican member of the group, said of the negotiations.

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