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Bernie Sanders said he’d oppose a $3 trillion Democrat-only infrastructure plan since it’s’much too low,’ potentially setting up spending showdown with Manchin

Sanders ruled out backing a Democrat-only infrastructure plan below $3 trillion. "That's much too low," he told New York Times opinion columnist Maureen Dowd. It may set up a confrontation with centrists like Joe Manchin, who favor a smaller plan. See more stories on Insider's business page. Sen. Bernie Sanders indicated that he would oppose a Democrat-only spending bill if its price tag didn't top $3 trillion, brushing anything lower as too meager. It may set the stage for a confrontation between Sanders and moderate Democrats looking to restrain the size of a follow-up package.In an interview with New York Times opinion columnist...
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Pelosi rebuffs McConnell’s demands on infrastructure, holding firm on clearing a Democrat-only social spending plan

Nancy Pelosi just brushed back Mitch McConnell's demands on infrastructure. She's holding firm on her commitment to clear a bipartisan deal only after Senate Democrats approve a party-line bill. The reconciliation package is poised to be full of social initiatives the GOP fiercely opposes. See more stories on Insider's business page. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is holding firm on her commitment to not approve a $579 billion bipartisan infrastructure agreement until a party-line package reaches the lower chamber."The statement that I made as such is the statement I stand by," Pelosi told reporters at a press conference, adding that H...