Why did Senate Republicans block a $35 monthly cap on out-of-pocket insulin costs for Americans on private insurance when they know that millions rely on this life-saving drug?
Washington Post: “Republicans block cap on insulin costs for millions of patients”
How can 41 Senate Republicans justify the fact that they stalled the PACT Act — which will expand health care access for combat veterans — for the sake of their cheap political games?
POLITICO: “Mere hours after Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin announced a climate and tax deal, the Senate failed to advance burn pits legislation to help veterans.”
Why did a majority of Senate Republicans vote against the CHIPS and Science Act — historic legislation that will help tackle inflation and bring manufacturing jobs back to American soil?
Let’s be clear: By opposing the CHIPS Act, the PACT Act, and the Inflation Reduction Act, congressional Republicans voted against common-sense legislation that would bring American manufacturing jobs back home, expand veterans’ health care, and lower prescription drug costs. The GOP owes the American people some serious answers.