Pelosi Plans Votes on Biden’s Spending Plans Next Week Despite Democratic Rifts

WASHINGTON—Top House Democrats said they would charge ahead with a plan to bring up both a $1 trillion infrastructure bill and a broad healthcare, education and climate package for a vote next week even as deep disagreements in the party threaten to scuttle the two bills.

The progressive and centrist wings of the Democratic Party are locked in a political tug of war over the bills, with moderates pushing for the House to pass the infrastructure legislation on Monday. Progressives are resisting that timeline, calling instead for Congress to first approve the larger proposal, currently pegged at $3.5 trillion, which moderates in turn have criticized as too big.