To bring Dems target big-government programs floor vote, with a 2019 in-house takeover

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Nancy Pelosi trying to corral the support of house Democrats in their efforts, speaker; Peter Doocy reports from Capitol Hill.

Expect to hear the words “free of charge”, “guaranteed” and “for all” a whole lot more in the new year, as Democrats prepare an arsenal of big-government bills that could see a floor vote as soon as you take control of the house.

January, and proposals such as “Medicare for all” and a variety of other generous but costly social programs that were little more than the talking points that have in the last few years, a shot to the surrender of a chamber of Congress.

“There are dozens of measures, such as these, have been languishing with the Republicans at the top for years, and I expect to see many of them come to the floor under Democratic leadership,” Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman, D-N. J., told Fox News.


With the GOP majority advanced in the Senate, it is unlikely that these measures would President Trump’s Desk. But, to mark their consideration on the house side, a first step in formally taking into account the major government expansions – everything the Democrats have fallen from education to health care, that increasingly would. And with “Medicare for all” and similar proposals in the amount of litmus tests for the modern, progressive, and roll-call votes on each of these questions would show how broad your support.

At the same time, floor votes to put Democrats on record for the multi-trillion dollar measures could encourage Republicans work to recover from their midterm losses.

House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy, shortly before the elections in November, told Breitbart News that every Day the Democrats to move “in the direction of socialism,” and suggested Republicans need to be the case for “the unleashing of the powerful and freedom.”


Some of the Democratic party agenda, probably led by speaker-designate Nancy Pelosi, the offer has been spelt in their “Better” campaign platform. The proposals, claims almost every article can be paid for by a Rollback of the trump tax cuts. The most liberal bills that surfaced from the Congressional Progressive Caucus.

This, however, does not include a “Medicare for all”, according to one estimate, could cost nearly $33 trillion over 10 years.

And “Medicare for all” is just one component of the much broader “Green New Deal” platform, promoted by progressives such as Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – also calls for a tuition-free and publicly funded education system, and guaranteed jobs with a focus on “green” jobs, and more.

The Daily Caller reported that more than 40 democratic legislators to back the plan, although it is unclear whether the plan will ever be translated into a bill, let alone come to a vote.

Nevertheless, the Democratic members, while in the minority, sponsored each of the bills call for the “University for all”, “debt-free college,” “childcare for all” and a “jobs guarantee” during the last two years-could now be matched, together with climate-legislation, pro-Union bills and attempts a Rollback of the tax reform bill passed by the end of 2017.

“The American people picked Democrats in November, because they were tired of watching the Republicans ignore the working families and legislate lining in the pockets of the big corporations, millionaires and billionaires,” Watson Coleman said.

Watson Coleman led the Federal jobs Guarantee Development Act in the year 2018, and said she expects the bill to reach a vote in the year 2019. Under the bill, the economic Department of job guarantee for test sites in 15 high-unemployment areas throughout the country would establish. The Federal government, those seeking employment with jobs in the sub-fields would match.


Watson Coleman argued that the measure build “economic security for working families and grow our country, the middle class, while you are in need of workers in industries with a real one.”

It is an area of “A Better deal” that could see bipartisan cooperation and support from President Trump — a $1 trillion infrastructure package.

“A Better Deal” also calls to pay for the issuance of $50 billion to increase public school teachers, and a further $50 billion for the infrastructure of the school.

Rep. Bobby Scott, D-Va., probably the incoming Chairman of the education and Workforce Committee, introduced a “workers Act, the freedom to Negotiate, to” that the prohibitions of state laws that allow employees to choose not to join a Union and pay Union dues. Currently, 28 States have some form of a “right to work” laws.

The democratic campaign plan also calls for spending $ 40 billion for “universal high-speed Internet.” A similar bill was sponsored by Rep. Cheri Bustos, D-Ill., who pushed to expand Internet in rural areas.

Rep. David Cicilline, Dr. I., was a leading representative of the childcare for working families, a concept the party is encouraged to plan the campaign. The legislation would ensure that no family has less than 150 percent of the state median income, pays more than 7 percent of their income for child care. The legislation is also a Federal-state partnership on child care from birth to the age of 13.

Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., said, he expected his Job opportunities for All act—with 22 Democratic co-sponsors, it is on the ground in the new Congress.

The legislation, the Khanna, the election of the first Vice-Chairman of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, said fulfilled part of President Franklin Roosevelt’s proposed “economic bill of rights,” would the Federal funds to put people to work immediately in public and private sector.

“The Job opportunities for All Act, H. R. 6485, will contribute to a well-paid private and public sector employment opportunities for people in places left behind,” Khanna told Fox News. “I expect my invoice, together with innovative thinking, by my colleagues, to work as Democrats to build a employment.”

Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., could play a prominent role in the legislative proposals. She is the co-Chairman of the ” Medicare For All Caucus, which required nearly 80 members, a complete government-run health care system. She was also elected co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus sentence of more than 90 members after the election.

Jayapal is also the patron of the College for All Act in the year 2017, was to eliminate tuition fees at public colleges and universities for families earning up to $125,000 and to make community college free for all. Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., introduced the Senate version. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., the other progressive caucus, co-Chairman, introduced a similar bill, the debt-free College Act, which would owe more Federal funds to the States to relieve student loans.

Fred Lucas is the White house correspondent for the Daily Signal.

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