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Pelosi May Need GOP Votes for Infrastructure Bill

At least 20 progressives are threatening to vote against the $1.2 trillion bipartisan bill. centrist members are banking on more than 10 Republicans to approve the bill. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is a master at counting votes in her own party, but she has less experience getting an accurate read on the Republican side of the aisle.
2 months ago|Washington, United States

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Pelosi may have to rely on Republicans to pass bipartisan infrastructure bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) may need votes from an unlikely source — the Republican Party — if she hopes to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill by next Monday, as she's promised Democratic centrists.Why it matters: With at least 20 progressives threatening to vote against the $1.2 trillion bipartisan bill, centrist members are banking on more than 10 Republicans to approve the bill.Stay on top of the latest market trends and econom…

2 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
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Pelosi says House members would not vote on spending bill topline higher than Senate's

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday said she promised House Democrats that they would not vote on a spending package that has a price tag higher than $3.5 trillion should that be the topline number that is passed b...

2 months ago|Washington, United States
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Pelosi May Need GOP Votes for Infrastructure Bill

“House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) may need votes from an unlikely source — the Republican Party — if she hopes to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill by next Monday, as she’s promised Democratic centrists,” Axios reports.“With at least 20 progressives threatening to vote against the $1.2 trillion bipartisan bill, centrist members are banking on more than 10 Republicans to approve the bill.”

2 months ago|New York, United States
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House GOP's infrastructure vote count could scramble Dem agenda

If House Democrats keep pushing their two-track plan for a party-line social spending bill and a bipartisan infrastructure bill, they can't expect many GOP passengers on that second train.Fewer than a dozen House Republicans are expected to vote for the $550 billion infrastructure bill — which got 19 Senate GOP votes last month — according to multiple lawmakers in the party. But the infrastructure measure's House GOP support could triple if Demo…

2 months ago|Washington, United States
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Sinema reportedly calls Pelosi's bluff: Pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill next week or I'll tank reconciliation

This is even bigger news than Joe Manchin pulling his chin and musing aloud that *maybe* Dems would be better off dealing with infrastructure in 2022. That’s not an ultimatum. It smells like a s...

2 months ago|Arlington, United States
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Pelosi may have to rely on Republicans to pass bipartisan infrastructure bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi may need to rely on Republicans votes to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill.

2 months ago|Washington, United States
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The Infrastructure Bill May Be Bipartisan, But Republicans Won’t Help Save It

The whole premise on which the celebration of the bipartisan infrastructure bill rests is that even in these polarized times, donkeys and elephants can put aside their tribal allegiances and joyfully bui... More »

2 months ago|New York, United States
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Democrats still feuding as infrastructure deadline nears - Roll Call

As the House approaches a Monday deadline to vote on a bipartisan infrastructure bill, moderate and progressive Democrats are each holding a hostage.Progressives say they won’t back the Senate-passed infrastructure bill, which includes $550 billion in new spending, unless the larger, Democratic-driven $3.5 trillion reconciliation package passes first.Moderates, meanwhile, say they won’t support the reconciliation measure unless the bipartisan in…

2 months ago|Washington, United States
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