Podcast: Dems Reach Deal To Vote On Biden's Domestic Agenda : The NPR Politics Podcast Moderate House Democrats want to vote on infrastructure before negotiations continue on the big Biden economic plan. Progressive Democrats, joined by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, worry that would sacrifice much-needed leverage. The compromise the party brokered Tuesday shows just how much work lies ahead as the party works to pass the heart of President Biden's agenda.

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Today Proved How Hard It Will Be For Democrats To Pass These Huge Bills

Today Proved How Hard It Will Be For Democrats To Pass These Huge Bills

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Moderate House Democrats want to vote on infrastructure before negotiations continue on the big Biden economic plan. Progressive Democrats, joined by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, worry that would sacrifice much-needed leverage. The compromise the party brokered Tuesday shows just how much work lies ahead as the party works to pass the heart of President Biden's agenda.

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