For progressives, the reconciliation bill is an opportunity to make the rich pay their fair share in taxes.
Environmentalists say we must stop tolerating handouts for the fossil fuel industry.
Progressive groups were quick to voice their disapproval of the contours of the unfinalized House Democrats’ plan.
Though the bill is designed to pay for itself, Sen. Joe Manchin has been complaining about the price tag.
The coalition encourages lawmakers to keep the tax reform, climate provisions and social program expansions in the bill.
The Treasury Department found taxes owed by the ultra rich equal all income taxes paid by the bottom 90 percent yearly.
The senator with deep ties to Big Oil wants to apply means testing to key economic programs like universal preschool.
No Labels reportedly offered two of the conservative Democrats what appear to be bribes to help present a united front.
Some business owners used a loophole in the Trump tax cut to reclassify their wages as profit, reducing their tax bill.
The senator writes that her tax plans could pay for the reconciliation and infrastructure plans with money to spare.