New Bipartisan Senate Gang Tries to Cut Through Partisan RancorEpoch Times, United States politics | The Epoch Times

A new bipartisan group of 20 senators convened behind closed doors on Wednesday in Washington to discuss a range of issues, including infrastructure, in a bid to avoid the partisan rancor that has bedeviled Congress since President Joe Biden took office. “I think it was very valuable for us to get together, and everyone is so very committed to working together on a host of issues,” Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) told reporters after the meeting. “I could tell you that we solved all the world’s problems and that we straightened out Congress. But that would be an overstatement,” she added. The group is split evenly between Democrats and Republicans. The number of GOP senators is significant because all of them joining Democrats on a bill would enable it to reach the 60-vote threshold. The formation started late last year when many of the members of the new gang got together …Read More

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