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10 GOP Senators Agree To Biden Infrastructure Framework

"Ten GOP senators, along with one Independent and nine Democratic colleagues, expressed their support for Biden’s infrastructure plan, known as the “American Jobs Plan,” in order to improve “America’s critical infrastructure challenges” in a joint statement.

“We support this bipartisan framework that provides an historic investment in our nation’s core infrastructure needs without raising taxes. We look forward to working with our Republican and Democrat colleagues to develop legislation based on this framework to address America’s critical infrastructure challenges,” the senators wrote."

Article from the Daily Caller

The 10 republicans are:

Burr - NC, Cassidy - LA, Collins - Maine, Graham - SC, Murkowski - Alaska, Portman - Ohio, Romney - Utah, Rounds - SD, Tillis - NC, Young - Ind.


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( June 17th, 2021 @ 4:21 pm )
2 squishy RINOs from NC selling out the taxpayers to socialist Biden. What an embarrassment. Those who held their nose to vote for Tillis are regretting it. We need to remember that and not let RINOs McCrory or Walker take our Senate nomination next year. McCrory or Walkers would just be another Tillis or Burr. In fact, Tillis and Burr's consultant is even working for McCrory. Lisa Murkowshi will get hers in next year's primary, where she has a top notch conservative challenger who is already ahead of her substantially in the polls. Here is her challenger's introductory ad: www.youtube.com

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