West Virginia Senator, Joe Manchin (D), pulled his support for Joe Biden’s Build Back Better plan back in December due to the highest inflation we have seen in about 40 years.
However, negotiations may start up again due to the 2022 midterm elections coming up, and the White House’s urgency to get the legislation to pass.
Manchin has stated that he would consider supporting a “narrower version of the bill,” but has not specifically said he would support it or not.
There is still concern regarding inflation and the recent uncertainty between Russia and Ukraine.
The White House is working to get the bill passed as soon as possible and are confident in the party’s support, and their future negotiations.
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