House to try to pass reconciliation bill today

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How many attempts will this be? The fifth, perhaps? The Washington Post reports this morning that House Democrats are “on track” to hold a rules vote today that could possibly get a reconciliation bill “deemed” into existence, but … we’ve heard that before too: House Democrats on Thursday raced to unite their caucus and hold a vote soon on a $1.75 trillion plan to overhaul the nation’s health care, education, climate and tax laws, seeking to put an end to months of arduous political wrangling over President Biden’s economic agenda.

The new burst of activity played out in private meetings that stretched late into the night, as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D‑Calif.) embarked on an all-out campaign to finalize the legislation, wrangle sufficient support …

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