Senate Democrats are continuing to make progress with their $739 billion healthcare, climate and tax package, as Sen. Kyrsten Sinema looks set to support the measure after negotiating changes to some of its tax provisions.
Here are the changes due to Sinema:
There is $5 billion for drought resilience which is expected to help the Southwest U.S.
The package includes other key elements that haven't changed since it was announced last week by Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the New York Democrat. They include :