House Caucus Co-Chairs Call For Vote On Infrastructure Package 1

House Caucus Co-Chairs Call For Vote On Infrastructure Package

 

House Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chairs, Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) and Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ), joined Chris Jansing to discuss the prospects of passing the bipartisan Senate infrastructure proposal that their 58-member group threw its support behind Tuesday. Both members are optimistic Congress can finally strike a deal. "We've got great momentum here," Gottheimer said.

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House Caucus Co-Chairs Call For Vote On Infrastructure Package

24 comments

    1. Richard, Name one good thing Dementia Joe Kid Touch has done or just shut up Little Sheep!!!

    2. @Joe Dementia Kid Smell covid deaths are down to like levels of not being led by a godzilla, take care!!

  1. that republican is full of dudu they never were bypartizan they always say they did which is BS and always was.

  2. Regardless of which leader of a party decides to sit on it, it is going to absolutely scream for term limits for these career politicians that are no longer and if ever served the needs of the American people. Get the infrastructure done for future generations!!!!

  3. Difference of opinion over the best thing to do for America?
    Well, Democrats want to do SOMETHING, even if it’s not enough.
    Republicans want to do NOTHING.

  4. this bill needs to be seen as bs, and why?

    republicans interested in infrastructure makes them hypocrites on the one hand. while trying to hide that the real needs are economic reform. in fact now that they’re saying infrastructure’s vital. the only issue is whether dems will see that’s been the case for 40 years…

    and consequently it’s lack requires reform to repair lives literally damaged!!

    propose reform instead of infrastructure if you believe otherwise, reforms giving economic power to people, and you’ll see what’s up!!

  5. Nope, republicans too late, Progressives got there first with budget proposal, you can’t renigh on Dems pact. Duh.

  6. I wish the American people had a real vote,the bad thing is we are paying high priced politicians to make decisions for us and they sit and waist

  7. For Christ sake ask the right question . Will the Repubs vote to support that the RICH SHOULD BE TAXED TO HELP PAY FOR THE PEOPLE ACT? And Do the Repubs SUPPORT A $16.00 WAGE INCREASE FOR ALL THE MARGINALLY COMPRISED CLASS FOR ALL WALKS OF LIFE? Bet you The Far Right in Senate will deny the people WAGE INCREASE IN THE NEXT BILL

  8. What a game. So the majority have to give in to the minority who does not see progress was as needed infrastructure bc then you have to tax the rich. Why does there GOP demand poverty so some can be sick stinky rich? It makes no sense unless you are inhumane.
    The GOP now is a fascist party playing games until the next 45 move. This is BS

  9. Rebuilding our infrastructure would improve the lives of average Americans and, simultaneously, force Congress to impose higher taxes upon the super-rich. So it won’t happen.

  10. John 8:44
    Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.

  11. DUDE SAYS, I’LL LEAVE IT TO YOU TO DO *MY* JOB AND TALK TO THE LEADER OF THE DEMONRATS….SMH

  12. If they agree then it’s probably bad for the American working class. These people work for the donors not the voters!

  13. Why are Democrats discrimination against those with disabilities and seniors? Learning disabilities and those not able to legitimately go to school according to State Work Rehabilitation, State Vocational Rehabilitation, State Workforce Service, State Doctors because it not feasible for government to pay for an individual tuition when the individual cannot work. Why are Democrats so in indecisive to pass because they want to wait…. As a Democrat I’ll vote in the next 12 elections against all Democrats candidates voting for first for the independent candidate, and then republicans candidates as a Democrat. I won’t even consider a Democrat Candidate if Stimulus Bill, infrastructure bill to increase SS payments is not passed before August Break. And promote all senator and congress to not be paid for the rest of 2021 until the this democracy’s economy recovers. @speakerpelosi @vp @potus @msn

  14. Many families and relationships do NOT operate on a ‘bipartisan’ or a ‘complimentary/shared’ platform. Nor do most businesses – especially small businesses, owned and operated by individuals or even families. I’m not saying they should not operate that way – they are stronger if they do – I’m saying that it is not their normal method of operation. Nor has it been the normal method of operation for the U.S. government. However, I do like to see this kind of cooperation and willingness to seriously discuss and debate complex issues.

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