The bills don’t come close to meeting the U.S.’s infrastructure needs in terms of the climate and social crises we face.
Though the bill is designed to pay for itself, Sen. Joe Manchin has been complaining about the price tag.
The bipartisan group of senators limited public transit spending to just $39 billion in the infrastructure bill.
The senator with deep ties to Big Oil wants to apply means testing to key economic programs like universal preschool.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez panned the senator, pointing out his close ties to Exxon lobbyists.
The Progressive Caucus needs to vote against the infrastructure bill if it is decoupled from the budget-climate bill.
Climate advocates say the damage caused by record-breaking rainfall shows the need for green infrastructure and energy.
No Labels reportedly offered two of the conservative Democrats what appear to be bribes to help present a united front.
Though Sen. Kyrsten Sinema will surely put up a fight, Sen. Bernie Sanders has the public on his side.
Next month, we’ll see one of this country’s most extraordinary stretches of votes on vital legislation.