Tell Senate: Vote NO on Bernie-Biden Budget
House Democrats recently rammed through the Bernie-Biden Budget Bill, without input from either side, using shady legislative maneuvers riding on the heels of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill. Urge the Senate to vote on these trillion dollar bills separately and to oppose the $3.5 trillion Bernie-Biden Budget Bill.
A sweeping, one-size-fits-all paid leave program will disrupt the employment contracts of all working Americans. Contact your members of Congress today.Take Action Now
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