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Manchin’s misgivings about $1.9T relief plan include $15 minimum wage, $350B state and local aid

The moderate Democrat said he refused to ‘blow’ a package down the party line

By Brittany De Lea


Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., on Tuesday committed to bipartisan work on a COVID-19 relief package as Democrats and Republicans disagree over what to include in legislation and how it should be passed.

Manchin, who is considered a key swing vote in the chamber where the partisan balance hangs at an even 50-50, promised that Republicans would have input in passing additional relief legislation.

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