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Senate approves budget resolution by 51-to-50 vote

Senate approves budget resolution by 51-to-50 vote

The Senate passed a budget resolution Friday, moving forward with the process toward passing a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. The House approved a budget measure on Wednesday. The chamber will vote again after the Senate passes a separate version. President Biden has proposed a $1.9T plan that includes a $1,400 direct stimulus payment, a federal minimum wage hike to $15/hour, among others.

Mr. Doc
Mr. Doc 3 months

Biden for the win, killing small babies AND small business 💪 Go big gov or go home!

ShadowDreik 3 months

So in their government budget they want to force private businesses to pay a $15 an hour minimum. Should they not wait till the full transition to communism before budgeting for wages to the general population?

Jerry Mandering
Jerry Mandering 3 months

Wow, as if small business’ weren’t already hurt enough. Way to go comrade Biden, the population will be begging for scraps soon enough, while you and your corporate overlords count the spoils...

Montgomery 3 months

Bad time for post covid rate hike... small buiseness goes down And Biden folded on the 2k stimulus that he promised he will pass... His corporate masters are getting their money's worth

Andrew Kenney
Andrew Kenney 3 months

That's right everyone. Take your scraps from your masters in exchange for your freedoms. Stay masked, stay scared, stay obedient.

Erich 3 months

Biden campaigned on uniting the country. He brought Republican leaders to the Oval Office to show how he would listen to other ideas. And then they ran this through along party lines. The divide deepens.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 3 months

Getting a good idea of what he meant by 'unity'. Get on the bus or we will run you over with it.

Ken Williams
Ken Williams 3 months

I've now had 8 comments removed by NewsVoice moderators. They're not hateful, or else my account would have been disabled. You're allowed to talk trash about China all you want, but if you disagree with Israel You're silenced. I think we all know who is running this site...

Jeff Fisher
Jeff Fisher 3 months

So, we just spent over 50% what we took in revenue last year? This brings it up to 10 trillion that we have spent extra in the past 11 months. We are going broke

AnCap - Boycot Coca Cola
AnCap - Boycot Coca Cola 3 months

Goodbye to our economy, can’t wait till bread costs $20,000 and small businesses are destroyed, thank you lord Biden for raising the minimum wage to $15 what would we do without you?! 😒🙄

Jane 3 months

How much fat is in this bill. Do they really think that only people that make $40,000 a year were affected by the treason against the American people?

J 3 months

If you think all minimum wage is going to 15 you're illiterate and can't read. It only applies to government jobs. Federal wages, has no affect on the 16byear old down at Wendy's. Calm down all you uneducated people.

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 3 months

Last bill was over 5000 pages and was filled with of a bunch of nonsense. This one might end up being shorter, but guaranteed it will be completely full of BS. 🤡🌎 is in full force now.

WWIII 3 months

It would be amazing if even half of the $ stayed in this country to help those taxpayers that funded it

Kevin 3 months

Tell you what Congress yall lower your pay to pay for this insidious budget, give me back my taxes and let me decide where I want my donations to people I seen in need you pompass over paid jackasses

Adam 3 months

In July 2019, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated that a $15 minimum wage would eliminate 1.3 million jobs.

Glen 3 months

This should kill another million jobs, hail Biden. Thousands of businesses will be lost.

الأكبر فادي
الأكبر فادي 3 months

Death to the American economy is all i hear... pretty soon America will be no better than southern Africa

James G.
James G. 3 months

I should note this is only a resolution, so this doesn’t do anything yet. But it shows what the parties currently want/don’t want.

Brennan 3 months

There better not be a $15 minimum wage, that's the stupidest thing you can do. It's gonna help no one and infact harm almost everyone.

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