Biden also underscored the need to have a robust bill. “We can’t do too much here. We can do too little,” he said.
After decades of cowering under the yoke of bipartisanship, Democrats finally showed a willingness to flex their power.
The GOP has used reconciliation to unilaterally pass tax cuts for the wealthy and attempt to repeal the ACA.
Schumer said his “preference” was a bipartisan deal, but if Republicans block or stall, he’ll move forward without them.
During the Trump administration, the GOP used the same procedure to pass major tax cuts for the rich.
Acknowledging the victims of slavery and colonization will be a first step toward granting equal rights.
After a careful read, it’s clear: The “Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017” must be cast out like the bag of dung it is.
Most people have never heard of San Jose de Apartado, Colombia.
Can progressives use backlash against Trump’s regressive health policies to accelerate the fight for Medicare for All?