Even Republicans who helped negotiate the infrastructure bill are set to vote no in a procedural vote on the proposal.
It’s time for Democrats to abandon dreams of bipartisanship. The GOP already has.
Mitch McConnell has shown time and time again that he will gladly burn down the house to appease his right-wing funders.
The measure passed 285 to 120, with all 120 no votes coming from Republican representatives.
“The last person who should have a say on our agenda is Senate MINORITY Leader Mitch McConnell,” Rep. Jayapal tweeted.
We need federal legislation to preempt voting restrictions at the national level.
If we want modern public infrastructure and economic security, increasing taxes on the ultra-rich is the way to go.
The committee will look into why and how the attack happened, and produce recommendations on preventing similar events.
Mitch McConnell has established himself as the U.S.’s most dangerous practitioner of might-is-right politics.
Democrats are considering a reconciliation bill with infrastructure proposals excluded from the bipartisan negotiations.