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Biden and Democratic leaders, angling for passage of the gargantuan reconciliation package that would provide critical investments in healthcare, childcare, and climate initiatives, have pleaded with moderate holdouts to identify a figure that could possibly attract their support for the bill.
While many of Manchin's colleagues are hoping that the influential senator will point out what he'd like to see cut from the bill, he is in no rush to take such action, as he feels that funding for spending programs is sufficient to last through the end of the year.Advertisement
"What's the need? There is no timeline. I want to understand it," Manchin expressed in an interview with Politico. "I don't think anything runs out. Right now, we've got good nutrition for children, a lot of things are covered right now clear [into] next year."
The senator's statement makes it extraordinarily difficult to foresee a reconciliation deal being put together ahead of a House vote on the $1.2 trillion
In the evenly-divided Senate, Democrats need every member to be on board for the reconciliation package to pass, and Manchin - along with fellow moderate Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona - wield incredible influence over the bill, which is slated to include tax increases on the wealthy and tuition-free community college, among many other items.