It finally happened -- the mighty 2,700-page long bipartisan infrastructure bill passed the Senate. 69 senators, with 19 of them being republicans, voted to advance the bill and it is now waiting to be considered in the House when it returns from recess. The fate of this bill looks pretty promising, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has mentioned that she will only consider the bill in tandem with the $3.5 trillion soft infrastructure bill. The soft infrastructure budget plan also passed the Senate earlier this week, but the support was strictly based on party line with all republicans united against it. Henry Cisneros, former secretary of Housing and Urban Development, joined Cheddar Politics to discuss more about the bills and their political implications.