When is a Democratic majority not a Democratic majority? When it’s a Democratic majority.
Progressives are promising to vote down a $550 billion bipartisan bill in order to salvage reconciliation.
“This is what President Biden campaigned on, and we need to deliver,” says Rep. Ro Khanna.
Manchin owns $1 to 5 million in stock in a coal-tied company, which made him nearly $500,000 in dividends in 2020.
Mitch McConnell and a clot of conservative Democrats have set us up for an unprecedented calamity.
Joe Biden has told Democratic leadership in Congress that he’s ready to make calls campaigning for filibuster reform.
Though Sen. Kyrsten Sinema will surely put up a fight, Sen. Bernie Sanders has the public on his side.
The latest infrastructure negotiations cut about $29 billion from the previous draft, taking most from climate funding.
Sinema’s announcement that she won’t support the reconciliation bill earned her high praise from Mitch McConnell.
The Congressional Progressive Caucus issued a warning that they would vote against a bill without their priorities.