The pro-business, dark money group Chamber of Commerce is running ads praising those Democrats for their stance.
The vote allows Congress to proceed with crafting the $3.5 trillion bill that progressives and Democrats have lauded.
The centrists claimed this week that Joe Biden has their back, but the White House denied this was true.
For decades, many localities have preferred to cut taxes and defer needed improvements to infrastructure.
The $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill contains some of the only climate provisions with any chance of passing Congress.
Some tribal members say the bill woefully underfunds programs that help tackle the climate crisis.
Centrists are conniving to get House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to change course on the plan to pass the $3.5 trillion bill.
An ever-growing military budget and continued support for oil and gas meanwhile push us inexorably toward doomsday.
The Senate’s passage of the reconciliation bill is a hopeful sign for a desperate country.