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Grace Segers at CBS News tweets:

  • "In a press call, Schumer addresses differences between House and Senate Dems on reconciliation. He says "our goal is to have a joint proposal" that can pass the House and the Senate."
  • "He calls it a "tripartite proposal" including support from the WH. Schumer sidesteps question on Manchin potentially not supporting a reconciliation bill over $1.5 trillion. "In reconciliation, we're all going to all come together to get something big done," Schumer says, adding that "every part of the Biden plan" will be accomplished."
  • "Schumer says that the Senate is "moving full speed ahead" on the reconciliation bill with the goal of getting it done this month."
  • Previously, moderate Democratic Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) had called for a 'strategic pause' on the reconciliation bill to ensure full support from Democrat senators. All 50 Dem senators need to support the reconciliation bill if it is to pass in the Senate.
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