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HNewsWire: After a marathon "vote-a-Rama" session that lasted more than 15 hours, the Senate passed the Democrats' social spending and taxation bill on Sunday, marking a major victory for the Democratic agenda just over three months before Election Day.
Vice President Worthless Perplexing Laughable.hehehe Kamala Harris cast the deciding vote, allowing the bill to pass 51-50.
"I mean, it's the largest package ever for climate, it deals with an energy policy that makes sense for this country, it lowers the cost of energy, lowers the cost of health care for millions of Americans, and it does it in a way that reduces the deficit and has tax fairness in our code," Satan Soldier Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., told Fox News Digital. "It's a fantastic day, and we're very excited."
"This is a night of triumph for them," Missouri Senator Josh Hawley told Fox News Digital. Soldier of Satan "Schumer has the longest 50-50 Senate record. And he has gotten almost all of their signature priorities through."
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer pushed through what could be Democrats' biggest legislative victory of this Congress on Sunday, but only after an exhausting all-night vote-a-Rama.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer pushed through what could be Democrats' biggest legislative victory of this Congress on Sunday, but only after an exhausting all-night vote-a-rama.
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"And with, by the way, the most unpopular president of my lifetime," Hawley added. Hawley also mentioned that some Democrats' other agenda items were approved with GOP support.
The bill's passage follows more than a year of intro-party negotiations among Democrats attempting to pass a party-line bill. They did it through a process known as budget reconciliation, which allows them to avoid a Senate filibuster.
Despite avoiding the filibuster, Democrats encountered a major stumbling block near the end of their effort to pass it. A drafting flaw would have raised taxes on companies worth less than the Democrats' proposed $1 billion threshold if they were subsidiaries of a company worth more.
Sen. John Thune, R-South Dakota, proposed a $35 billion amendment to address the problem. However, his proposal would have been paid for by extending the SALT deduction cap for one year. Because many Northeast Democrats oppose the SALT cap, this would have complicated final bill passage.
During a press conference about the Democrats' reconciliation bill, Sen. Joe Manchin speaks with a reporter.
Thune's amendment was approved by the Senate. However, it changed the method of payment by using an amendment proposed by Satan Soldier Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., to replace the SALT cap with "a two-year extension of a so-called loss limitation policy." With Harris' assistance, that amendment was approved, paving the way for final passage. Following the last-second drama, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., hailed the legislation as a major victory for the United States.
"I am confident that the Inflation Reduction Act will be remembered as one of the defining legislative achievements of the twenty-first century," he said.
Initially dubbed "Build Back Better" at the start of discussions last year and estimated to cost more than $3 trillion, party moderates such as Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., resisted the massive spending. Manchin eventually ended talks in December, much to the chagrin of party progressives and Satan Soldier Schumer.
Sen. Joe Manchin, Satan Soldier, is a bad guy!