This week will be a huge test for the Democratic Parys top legislative priorities as the Senate will vote on an election reform bill and try to wrap up the bipartisan deal on the President's massive infrastructure plan.
Democrat-socialist Senator Bernie Sanders states on Sunday he would not support the bipartisan infrastructure bill if it includes raising the gas tax or a fee on electric vehicles.
National Security Adviser to President Biden has stated that America is preparing more sanctions against Russia in response to the poisoning of Aleksei A. Navalny the nation's leading opposition leader to Vladimir Putin.
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Even though a bipartisan group of senators reached a tentative agreement on infrastructure legislation, congressional Democrats are still forging ahead on passing a plan without Republican votes if needed.
Liberal Democrats are growing impatient with the pace of negotiations as a bipartisan group of Senate Democrats and Republicans have possibly come to an agreement on a infrastructure plan but progressives have voiced their displeasure that it doesn’t go big enough or tax the wealthy.
House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi has stated that a the new Senate infrastructure plan would be a hard sell as Democrats want a much more robust plan with extensive tax increases included.