(Worthy News) – West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin on Monday urged House progressives to “quit playing games” and support passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill that’s already passed the Senate.
“I am not going to negotiate in public because I’ve been dealing in good faith. And I will continue to deal in good faith with all of my colleagues on both sides,” he said at a news conference. “It’s time to pass a bill. Quit playing games.”
Manchin, a moderate, said that progressives continuing to hold the bipartisan infrastructure bill “hostage” isn’t going to result in his support for a multi-trillion budget reconciliation bill, which currently includes universal pre-K, support for childcare for families that meet certain requirements and $550 billion for climate change initiatives. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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