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Reuters
5 months ago
A bipartisan group of 10 U.S. senators has reached an agreement on an infrastructure deal that will be fully paid for and does not include tax increases, they said in a statement
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@bidenWinning
Fred G
5 months ago
@Reuters Republicans won’t let America have a win - no internet for poor no new roads and bridges no new jobs an infrastructure deal could provide
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@DarthImpervious
Derek
5 months ago
@Reuters And where will all this bipartisan support be when McConnell and republicans are in power ? No where Bc they don’t give a shit about that
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@jbrownim
JB
5 months ago
@Reuters Typical Republican funding solution…tax the consumers.
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@Anon_Moose1
Anon M.
5 months ago
@Reuters Fully paid for how?? More QE? More debt? Is the government just going to buy up all future infrastructure? The tax is inflation!! The erosion of your savings and purchasing power! What don’t these idiots understand, you’re not paying in full, by debt/printing to finance it.
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@SLCoran
Erik Dear
5 months ago
@Reuters Those details should be interesting to find oit about.
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@EmbreyDanny
ZSPELLYNG B +
5 months ago
@Reuters 🇺🇸
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@srozycki1219
srozycki
5 months ago
@Reuters Now this is how the government should function.
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@eyetweettoo
It'sOverGoHome
5 months ago
@Reuters “Fully paid for”. Lmao. Meaningless drivel
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@MAK7591
M A K
5 months ago
@Reuters 10 of the least influential members of the US Senate. I wonder if Susan handed out pearls to clutch?
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@LapradCharles
Charles Laprad
5 months ago
@Reuters That means republicans and democrats buddies got there money
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