The 3.5 Trillion Reconciliation Bill is Getting Massive Cuts
After several White House meetings Tuesday we learned it is very possible some of the President’s big ticket proposals might be out. We also learned the final bill might be stripped down a trillion and a half dollars.
You’re probably hearing a lot about free community college, continuing the monthly child tax credit and monitoring accounts for transactions of over 600 dollars. These are all proposals that are circulating around Capitol Hill.
These currently are all ideas that need to be debated and discussed. We are in the discussion stage currently. This is when politicians fight and sometimes make false promises they can not keep.
Right now the main priority on capitol hill is what deal can be made, what can pass both the House and Senate and finally what will the President sign into law?
After the meetings Tuesday at the White House it has been made clear that some of the major ticket items from the President may be out of the final deal. Discussions are going to continue today and congressional leaders in the conversations hope that a deal will be reached by the end of the week.
Follow us on Twitter for the latest up to the minute on this developing story.