The Senate Appropriations Committee will meet today to vote on a stimulus spending bill that offers less funding than requested by water utilities, municipal housing finance officials, and some senators. The groups are pushing for a revision.

The Senate Democrats' proposal was unveiled late Friday and contains $365 billion of total funding for transportation and other infrastructure, public housing, education, energy, and low-income assistance. By comparison, the House version contains $385 billion.

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