WASHINGTON – The House is preparing for a fixed-vote on a major building bill that does not appear to have the support it needs to pass.
Spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Told reporters Wednesday that she wants it to pass China, but left the roundabout late to vote. The bill, which passed in the Senate last month, is being opposed by progressive Democratic lawmakers, who say they want progress on legislation to strengthen the social security network, Build Back Better, to come first.
“If it happens before the Build Back Better Act, I think it will be voted down. I know it will be voted down,” said rep. Jamaal Bowman, DN.Y., counting himself among the “no” votes.
Representative Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., Chairman of the Congress of Progressive Caucus, has promised that more than half of the 90 members of the party will vote against the building codes law if it comes before the security law.
The move sparked controversy between Democratic lawmakers, who want to combine the two steps and pass a $ 500,000 debt quickly, with lawmakers, raising it because they do not trust centrators to support a major without a minor.
Jayapal said the issue was the Senate, particularly Democrats Kyrsten Cinema of Arizona and Joe Manchin of West Virginia, who did not support or oppose the $ 3.5 trillion House issue.
“They have to come with their teammates, and then we can sit down and talk from there,” he told reporters Wednesday.
Centrist Democrats says the building bill should pass China.
Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., Leader of the Blue Dog Coalition, said the Democratic leadership “wants to beat this vote as aggressively as they did for the budget adjustment vote.”
“If the vote were to fail tomorrow or be delayed, there would be a serious breach of trust which would limit the power to move forward in running the Biden program,” he said.
The heart of this skepticism is that the developers believe that the construction and security of the bills network was part of a collective agreement in which each wing of the party could have access to it in the first place. Centrists says they have not even signed any such agreement and want to separate the two bills. Each member needs more votes to pass any bill under the auspices of the Democratic Democratic Party in the House and the Senate.
House Republicans do not plan to provide much assistance. They are forcing their members to vote “no” on the bill for bipartisan buildings.
New Jersey MP Tom Malinowski, a moderate Democrat who was first elected in 2018, said the party should remain calm and steady, regardless of what is happening in China.
He said the building block could come again and pass, and that all applications should be approved.
“The only thing my district expects is that we deliver. They have nothing to do with the system,” he said. “They don’t care if we do it August 27 or 29 or October 2. The important thing is that we liberate. And the Democrats win by being a liberating party.”
Malinowski told reporters that the House Democrats are concerned that they do not know where the Senate stands on the general constitution. Democrats have 50 votes in the Senate and they want all of them.
“There is concern. For the dialogue to be successful, everyone has to say what they want,” Malinowski said, adding that “if everyone came to the table” and said what they could support or disagree with, Democrats could “come to terms quickly.
President Joe Biden has been involved in talks, meetings and regular discussions with Pelosi and Senate Majority President Chuck Schumer, DN.Y. He recently called on Christians like Manchin to come up with a price they can get back to the Democrats going forward.
Attorney Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y, goes on to say that he does not support the building bill before the defense petition, calling on Biden to resolve the dispute, saying he should use the “greater power he has with the chief executive to bring the party together and say: We will pass the two bills at once. “
“This removes the conflict. It removes the whole game,” he said. “This is the whole plan. We’ll do it all of a sudden, and we don’t have to worry about all this recruitment.”
Garrett Haake, Haley Talbot and Kyle Stewart involved.