Published On: Thu, Jun 24th, 2021
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Biden Says He Won’t Sign Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Without Reconciliation

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President Joe Biden on Thursday told reporters that he won’t be signing the bipartisan infrastructure deal if Congress does not also pass a another measure—a budget resolution that Democrats call “human infrastructure” that they want to push through via reconciliation to bypass the Senate filibuster. Biden told reporters at the White House that he would not sign the bipartisan deal if it was the “only one” that seeks his desk. “I’m not just signing the bipartisan bill and forgetting about the rest that I proposed,” he later said, adding that the Democrat-pushed package that seeks to expand the nation’s social safety net is “equally important” to the bipartisan bill that deals with physical, more traditional infrastructure needs. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) who said at a press conference at the Capitol earlier on Thursday that she would not hold a vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill “until the Senate passes the bipartisan bill and … Save 10% on Citrus trees with code CITRUS

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