Manchin: It Is Time to Pass the Infrastructure Bill and Quit Playing Games

‘I’m urging all of my colleagues in the House to vote and pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill’

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MANCHIN: “Let’s work together, and I mean that. Let’s all work together on getting a sensible reconciliation package, a package that really strengthens our nation and makes us better and leads the world. Thank you all. Let me say — let me just say — let me say one thing. I’m not going to negotiate in public on this, because I’ve been dealing in good faith and I will continue to deal in good faith with all of my colleagues on both sides. It's time to pass the bill and quit playing games."

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