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Biden gives green light to bipartisan infrastructure plan
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( David Morgan | Richard Cowan | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday embraced a bipartisan Senate deal to spend hundreds of billions of dollars on infrastructure projects, building roads, bridges and highways and helping stimulate the economy. U.S. President Joe Biden speaks to Senator Rob Portman (R-OH), following a bipartisan meeting with U.S. senators about the proposed framework for the infrastructure bill, at the White House in Washington, U.S., June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque“We have a deal,” Biden told reporters, flanked by Democratic and Republican senators who wrote the $1.2 trillion proposal, which came after months of White House negotiations with lawmakers. Democratic and Republican members of the group displayed high spirits, chuckling and smiling together at microphones in the driveway of the White House. Biden was due to speak further about the deal at the White House at 2 p.m.
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The second measure would be passed through a Senate maneuver called reconciliation here, which would allow it to take effect without Republican votes. “I expect that in the coming months this summer, before the fiscal year is over, that we will have voted on this (bipartisan) bill - the infrastructure bill - as well as voted on the budget resolution,” Biden told reporters at the White House. “It almost makes your head spin.”McConnell, Pelosi and Schumer have not been directly involved with the bipartisan infrastructure talks. Slideshow ( 6 images )RECONCILIATION REDUXPelosi said the House would vote on the bipartisan bill only after the Senate had also approved the additional reconciliation bill. Republicans chafed at his definition of infrastructure, which included fighting climate change and providing care for children and the elderly.
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Manchin signaled he could support a party-line infrastructure bill after striking a possible deal with Republicans. He also supports unwinding the Trump tax cuts, which he called "unfair." Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia on Tuesday said he was open to backing a party-line infrastructure bill. The influential Democratic centrist told NBC News that "human infrastructure" should constitute a follow-up package. Manchin also said he believed "adjustments" need to be made to the 2017 Republican tax law, which slashed corporate taxes.
Persons: Manchin, Sen, Joe Manchin, Joe Biden's, Biden, He's, Republican Sen, John Thune of, Chris Coons, we'll Organizations: GOP, Democratic, NBC News, Republicans, Republican, White Locations: West Virginia, John Thune of South Dakota
FTC chair Lina Khan is a graduate of Yale Law School and the author of "Amazon's Antitrust Paradox. Her paper and other government work have cemented her as a vocal critic of Big Tech. Khan attended Yale Law School and has been critical of AmazonLina Khan in her home in 2017, the year she published her paper entitled "Amazon's Antitrust Paradox." She later decided to study law at Yale Law School. The paper was widely publicized and cemented Khan as "Amazon's antitrust antagonist," as The New York Times wrote in late 2018.
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Senate Republicans increasingly believe striking an infrastructure deal with Biden could derail some of his tax hikes. Bipartisan negotiations on a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure package are poised to stretch into next week as lawmakers struggle to resolve key disagreements on how to finance it. "I think if we can agree on an infrastructure package that's paid for, we should," Sen. John Cornyn of Texas told Insider. Some have already expressed unease with Biden's tax hikes on the rich to finance new programs — which could potentially cut the scope of a follow-up package. Mark Warner of Virginia and Bob Menendez favor scaling back Biden's tax increase on capital gains, Politico reported.
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Thune has proposed granting the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) the power to grant exemptions for tens of thousands of self-driving vehicles per manufacturer from safety standards written with human drivers in mind. The surface bill, which would boost funding for Amtrak and other transportation needs, was approved by the committee on a 25-3 vote. The senator argued autonomous vehicles could help eliminate numerous deaths due to human error like distracted or impaired drivers. Thune said that the "Teamsters and trial lawyers" are opposed to self-driving legislation and they "seem to own lock, stock and barrel the Democrats on this committee." Reuters reported in May that Waymo and rival Cruise, a unit of General Motors, have applied for permits to start charging for rides and delivery using autonomous vehicles in San Francisco.
Persons: John Thune, Thune, Maria Cantwell, Cantwell, Greg Regan, Cruise, David Shepardson, Aurora Ellis Organizations: U.S, Senate, Republican, U.S . National, Traffic Safety Administration, Amtrak, Teamsters, American Association for Justice, Coalition, Ford Motor, Volvo, Transportation, Department, AFL, Reuters, General Motors, Thomson Locations: China, San Francisco
A bipartisan framework is likely to constrain its focus to physical infrastructure. A new poll from Monmouth University released Wednesday indicated that roughly two-thirds of the public backed Biden's sweeping infrastructure plans. Another recent poll from Morning Consult demonstrated that Biden's infrastructure plans have a slight edge over the Republicans' proposal — 52% compared to 48%, respectively. Democrats are pushing for a much more expansive infrastructure spending that crosses into nearly every sector of the economy. The rival views on what makes up infrastructure and how to pay for it derailed an earlier set of talks between Biden and Senate Republicans.
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He said bipartisan talks would continue to try to find a deal with Republicans. The two most conservative Democrats haven't said how they would vote, but they notably kept the door open to Schumer's two-track approach. Top Senate Republicans split over whether Democrats' pursuit of a party-line bill would damage prospects of a bipartisan deal. "That sends a signal that he really doesn't want to do a bipartisan bill. Senate Minority Whip John Thune, R-S.D., said that if Republicans agree to a bipartisan deal, they could make it tougher for Democrats to secure the votes for a separate party-line bill.
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It was another warning sign that Silicon Valley's political allies may be dwindling even at a time of deep partisan divisions in Washington — at least when the issue is how big tech companies have become. "There's more agreement on competition," said Justin Brookman, a former FTC policy director who's now director of consumer privacy and technology policy for Consumer Reports. "Certainly many Republicans are motivated by concerns that liberal tech companies are discriminating against conservative voices," he said in an email. "So maybe the parties have different motivations, but many on both sides seem to agree that the tech companies need to be reined in more." NetChoice, a trade group whose members include large tech companies such as Amazon, said it was disheartened by the vote in her favor.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans are due to hear details on Tuesday about a bipartisan proposal to revitalize America’s roads and bridges, which lawmakers believe could win support from the caucus as a part of President Joe Biden’s sweeping infrastructure plan. REUTERS/Evelyn HocksteinMembers of a bipartisan Senate group will discuss the proposal with Republican senators at their weekly policy lunch, Republican lawmakers and aides said on Monday evening. 2 Republican, told reporters that he expects Republican support for the proposal. But I think there would be substantial Republican support,” he said. “It’s my understanding that everybody has said that they could support reconciliation in some form.
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The US Air Force has indicated that South Dakota's Ellsworth Air Force Base will be the first home for the service's new bomber. The Air Force previously said Ellsworth was the preferred location for the first operational B-21 as well as the formal B-21 training unit. The United States Air Force announced this month that Ellsworth Air Force Base (AFB), South Dakota, will be home to the next-generation nuclear bomber. The Air Force will likely acquire more than 100 of the stealth bombers, which are capable of launching nuclear strikes around the world. The Air Force will incrementally retire existing B-1 Lancers as well as B-2 Spirits when a sufficient number of B-21s are delivered.
Persons: Ellsworth, John Thune, Mike Rounds, Northrup Grumman, Air Force Heather A, Wilson, Thune, Sen, Peter Suciu Organizations: US Air Force, Ellsworth Air Force Base, Air Force, Mount, Northrop Grumman, United States Air Force, Raider, AFB, Raiders, Associated Press, Ellsworth, Lancers, Barksdale, Minot, Amazon.com Locations: Mount Rushmore, South Dakota, AFB , Missouri, , Texas, Rapid City, Louisiana, North Dakota, Michigan
No U.S. Senate infrastructure deal yet-Senate Republican Leader McConnell
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is flanked by Senators' Roy Blunt (R-MO) and John Thune (R-SD) as he speaks to reporters after the weekly Senate Republican caucus policy luncheon on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., June 8, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn HocksteinU.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday said he has not been informed of any tentative deal on a bipartisan infrastructure investment package being negotiated among senators. "Not that I know of," McConnell said when asked by a reporter whether such a tentative deal had been reached among a group of 10 Democratic and Republican senators. "I think there is still talking going on as far as I know," he added. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Mitch McConnell, Roy Blunt, John Thune, Evelyn Hockstein, McConnell Organizations: Senators, Republican, Capitol, REUTERS, Senate Republican, Democratic, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S
Senate GOP messaging trumpets former President Trump more than the candidates. It's the unorthodox strategy of Sen. Rick Scott whose job is to help the GOP flip the Senate. Senate Republican reelection chief Rick Scott is using an unorthodox playbook to reclaim the majority in 2022. sticker featuring former President Trump in one of its fundraising emails. Senate Republicans picked up four seats that fall, turning the similarly narrowly-divided chamber into a slightly less stressful 55-45 affair.
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Just one day of disruption can impact the meat supply chain. A cyberattack on the largest meat supplier in the world came at a potentially catastrophic time for the meat supply chain. The attack highlights the delicate nature of the meat supply chain in the US. Meat prices are already up compared to 2020, with Morning Brew reporting that pork prices were up 4.8% and beef prices were up 3.3% in April. Last year highlighted the tenuous nature of the supply chain, and how much it depends on a few major players.
Persons: JBS, Andre Nogueira, Anne, Marie Roerink, Roerink, Tyson, John Thune, Chuck Grassley Organizations: JBS, Morning, Cargill, US Department of Justice, South Locations: JBS USA, South Dakota, Iowa
Cruise urges Biden to back autonomous vehicle deployment boost
  + stars: | 2021-06-01 | by ( David Shepardson | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The cap, Ammann wrote, "acts as a U.S.-only impediment to building these vehicles at scale in the United States." Senators John Thune and Gary Peters have been working for several years on efforts to ease restrictions on AVs. The NHTSA would need to certify self-driving vehicles exempted are at least as safe as human-driven ones. The auto industry, Alphabet Inc's Waymo (GOOGL.O) and others have been pushing for years to convince Congress to speed self-driving vehicle deployment. read moreIn October, Cruise said it planned to seek NHTSA approval to deploy a limited number of Cruise Origin vehicles without steering wheels or pedals.
Persons: Joe Biden, Cruise, Dan Ammann, Biden, Ammann, John Thune, Gary Peters, Thune, Peters Organizations: Cruise, General Motors Co, Reuters, China, National, Traffic, Administration, NHTSA, AV, GM, Honda, Thomson Locations: U.S, China, United States, California, San Francisco
Beef prices in the US spiked 5% between March and April, Reuters reported. The average price of a fresh cut of beef in the US reportedly spiked 5% between April and March. That has increased demand, but it was just one of several factors putting upward pressure on beef prices, Reuters reported. Beef prices reportedly were rising around the world, spurred in part by growing demand in China. In the US, corn, and soybeans — common cattle feed — were at their highest prices in almost a decade, Reuters reported.
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WASHINGTON — Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, ripped her colleagues who are opposing a bill to investigate Jan. 6 Capitol riot, accusing her party of bending to electoral political concerns while "there's more to be learned." Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has urged Republicans to vote against the commission, calling it a "purely political exercise." This was not a protest that was mild," Murkowski said, referring to comments by Republicans in the House who've downplayed the riot. Murkowski said she felt Congress owed it to the scores Capitol Police officers who were injured in the assault to act. The pair were part of a group that spent the day lobbying Republican senators to vote in favor of the commission.
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Senate Republicans are unifying against the January 6 commission legislation. The bill closely follows the bipartisan language and structure from the law creating the 9/11 commission. One of the complaints issued by GOP senators is that the legislation wouldn't be bipartisan — like the previously established September 11 Commission. "I encourage all members, Republicans and Democrats alike, to put down their swords for once, just for once, and support this bill," he added. Former President Donald Trump told GOP members to squash it.
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The Senate on Friday blocked the advancement of a bill to create a bipartisan commission to investigate the deadly January 6 Capitol riot, after weeks of hardening Republican opposition. Senate Republicans' blocking of the bill marks their first successful legislative filibuster of the Biden administration. In the lead-up to the House vote, GOP Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky also came out against the House bill, criticizing it for being "slanted and unbalanced." From left, Senate Minority Whip John Thune of South Dakota, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, and Senate Republican Policy Committee Chair Roy Blunt of Missouri. Mitt Romney of Utah and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska were the first Senate Republicans to come out in support of the House legislation.
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Two Senate Democrats issued a joint statement Tuesday pleading with Senate Republicans to "work with us" on establishing a commission to investigate the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. “We implore our Senate Republican colleagues to work with us to find a path forward on a commission to examine the events of January 6th,” Sens. The entreaty did not contain any overt threat that the pair would change their stance on filibuster reform, but does show their frustration over the resistance to date against the commission from Senate Republicans. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., announced his opposition to the legislation for a 9/11-style commission last week, calling it a "slanted and unbalanced proposal." 2 Republican in the Senate, told reporters last week that some of his colleagues had concerns that the proposed commission's work could be "weaponized" against them in next year's midterm elections.
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Sen. Mitch McConnell dismissed a potential January 6 commission as a "purely political exercise." McConnell contended that Democrats would like to focus on "things that occured in the past." Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday said that bipartisan legislation that would create a January 6 commission to examine the Capitol riot was a "purely political exercise" driven by Democrats. "I think at the heart of this recommendation by the Democrats is that they would like to continue to debate things that occured in the past," McConnell said. He added: "I think this is a purely political exercise that adds nothing to the sum total of information."
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Sen. Marco Rubio voiced his opposition to legislation that would create a bipartisan January 6 commission. GOP leaders Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy have also come out against the proposal. GOP Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida on Friday announced his opposition to an independent commission that would investigate the January 6 Capitol riot, calling it "a partisan joke." Legislation for a bipartisan commission, which would probe the deadly insurrection, is currently "designed" to hurt Republicans, Rubio said. "A lot of our members, and I think this is true of a lot of House Republicans, want to be moving forward and not looking backward."
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Live Live Updates: Biden to Meet With South Korea’s President President Moon Jae-in of South Korea has said that one goal for his meeting with President Biden is bringing North Korea “back on the path of dialogue.” A Biden administration official says the United States will be at the forefront of efforts to help rebuild Gaza. North Korea’s shadow hovers over Biden as he greets South Korea’s president at the White House. President Moon Jae-in of South Korea speaks during a meeting with Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other congressional leaders on Capitol Hill in Washington on Thursday. Privately, officials in the Biden administration admit they harbor no illusions that North Korea will ever give up the entirety of its program. For months now, the Biden administration has been engaged in a North Korean strategy review, often in consultation with South Korea and Japan.
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Live Live Updates: Biden Meets With South Korea’s President President Moon Jae-in of South Korea has said that one goal for his meeting with President Biden is bringing North Korea “back on the path of dialogue.” A Biden administration official says the United States will be at the forefront of efforts to help rebuild Gaza. North Korea’s shadow hovers over Biden as he greets South Korea’s president at the White House. Yet, like his predecessors, Mr. Biden has made the decision not to officially acknowledge the North as a nuclear state, aides say. For months now, the Biden administration has been engaged in a North Korean strategy review, often in consultation with South Korea and Japan. Turbine towers at an offshore wind farm near Gochang, South Korea.
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WASHINGTON — The Senate could vote as early as next week on House-passed legislation to create an independent commission to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Trump released a statement Thursday attacking "35 wayward Republicans" who voted for the House bill and hinting at consequences from voters. "Democrats stick together, the Republicans don't. But they haven't said how they would vote if the House bill were to come up in the Senate. 2 Senate Republican said the outcome is still uncertain.
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