Magazine October 4, 2021, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

“No Tax Breaks for the Met” would have been a bolder fashion statement.

Democrats are trying to get gargantuan changes in social policy through without a filibuster by including them in a “budget reconciliation” bill. They are seeking $3.5 trillion in added spending over the next decade, an amnesty for illegal immigrants, an end to restrictions on abortion funding, an expansion of tax breaks that disproportionately benefit high earners in blue states – and, of course, a slew of tax increases to pay for much of it. But there are plenty of chances for the bill to unravel. The Senate rules

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