Taxes proposed in the Build Back Better Act could restrict offshoring, excessive CEO pay and wasteful stock buybacks.
Democratic leaders recently floated a possible $2.5 trillion compromise reconciliation framework.
Data for Progress finds that Sinema would lose every head to head challenge with potential primary candidates.
Despite the panicked noises coming from the press, a breakthrough on the Build Back Better Act appears to be at hand.
Sinema opposes the massively popular drug price reform program, while Manchin opposes climate regulations.
Democrats may have to shrink the topline of the Build Back Better Act to accommodate Manchin and Sinema.
The CBS poll found majority support for many of the Build Back Better Act’s key proposals.
Tense budget negotiations are raising fears that key climate programs will be cut ahead of UN climate talks.
Analysis shows Manchin’s cuts would lead to his own home state seeing 9,880 fewer jobs each year.
“Does Senator Manchin really believe that seniors are not entitled to digest their food?” Sen. Bernie Sanders asked.