Kyrsten Sinema has agreed to vote for the Democrat social spending bill that raises taxes on Americans during a recession and does nothing to lower inflation.
NEWS: Sinema says she will “move forward.” pic.twitter.com/Vsqyfl7YhD
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) August 5, 2022
They apparently had to nix the tax on carried interest provision for investors from the bill in order to get Sinema’s vote.
Now they should have the 50 votes needed to pass the bill, assuming the bill stays in tact through the parliamentarian process.
If you want more on this, you can read the AP’s story:
BREAKING: Senate Democrats have reached an accord on their top-priority economic legislation, with Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema — seen as the pivotal vote — saying she is ready to “move forward” on the bill. https://t.co/gWKvdOKGyj
— The Associated Press (@AP) August 5, 2022