“No reconciliation bill, no deal,” Sen. Bernie Sanders said Sunday.
The filibuster currently threatens the status of a number of Democratic bills, including infrastructure legislation.
A bipartisan group of senators believes $80 billion in revenue can be derived from a crackdown on “unemployment fraud.”
Senate centrists reached a tentative deal with the White House on infrastructure on Wednesday.
Many western states are seeing record temperatures, drought and water shortages.
Republicans refuse to revise tax cuts for the wealthy, so a bipartisan group looked to raise revenue off everyone else.
The PennEast pipeline project would cut through the last contiguous forested areas in central New Jersey.
Removing four dams in the Pacific Northwest will help salmon recovery, clean energy, agriculture and Indigenous rights.
Democrats are considering a reconciliation bill with infrastructure proposals excluded from the bipartisan negotiations.
McConnell will eat hot mud before granting Biden another legislative victory. When will the president figure that out?