Republicans say agreement is close. Except for transit. And broadband. And stealing COVID funds.
Republicans aren't just having hissy fits over the IRS making them and their buddies pay all their taxes; they’re outraged that Majority Leader Chuck Schumer wants them to finish their work.
Many pitfalls in the path, but Dems are optimistic.
Sen. John Barrasso demanded assurances from Biden that he won't link the bipartisan infrastructure deal that members of his party agreed to with any additional spending during an interview with Fox's Maria Bartiromo this Sunday.
Sen. John Barrasso threatens to blow up the bipartisan agreement on infrastructure spending if Biden wants to link it to the reconciliation bill.
Jen Psaki suggested maybe Bernie Sanders could explain how a bill is passed and becomes a law.
Or maybe, as Jen Psaki suggests, Bernie Sanders could give a lesson.
The Senate Rule that allowed Republican tax cuts for billionaires can be used to get assistance to needy Americans. Period.
Now the bill heads to the House, before it's vetoed.
I'm still looking for an explanation for the abrupt about-face on this (I'm guessing it bought a needed vote to pass the healthcare bill) and will fil
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