Democrats Are Running Out Of Time To Negotiate On Major Priorities : The NPR Politics Podcast Congressional Democrats are trying to wrap up negotiations on their reconciliation package, fund the government, and deal with the debt ceiling. But with looming deadlines with big consequences, someone is going to have to compromise. The big question: who's it going to be? Plus, bipartisan talks over police reform legislation officially came up empty handed.

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Democrats Are Running Out Of Time To Negotiate On Major Priorities

Democrats Are Running Out Of Time To Negotiate On Major Priorities

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Congressional Democrats are trying to wrap up negotiations on their reconciliation package, fund the government, and deal with the debt ceiling. But with looming deadlines with big consequences, someone is going to have to compromise. The big question: who's it going to be? Plus, bipartisan talks over police reform legislation officially came up empty handed.

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