White House Unveils New, $1.75 Trillion Reconciliation Framework, Seeks Dems’ Support

October 28, 2021
President Joe Biden removes his mask as he makes his way to Marine One on the Ellipse of the White House on May 18, 2021. (Demetrius Freeman/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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October 28, 2021

Could this finally be it?

The White House unveiled a new reconciliation framework this morning, one it says it believes all Democrats will get behind. Biden is pushing both chambers of Congress to pass the bipartisan infrastructure deal alongside the new, $1.75 trillion reconciliation package that the framework details. It remains unclear whether centrist senators Manchin and Sinema are supporting the new framework, and whether House progressives will support the BIF.

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Could this finally be it?

The White House unveiled a new reconciliation framework this morning, one it says it believes all Democrats will get behind. Biden is pushing both chambers of Congress to pass the bipartisan infrastructure deal alongside the new, $1.75 trillion reconciliation package that the framework details. It remains unclear whether centrist senators Manchin and Sinema are supporting the new framework, and whether House progressives will support the BIF.

Follow our live coverage below:

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