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lawmakers close to a topline number for U.S. spending bill -Breaking

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WASHINGTON (Reuters). – U.S. Senator Joe Manchin stated that he believes Democratic legislators are getting closer to agreeing on the topline figure for spending legislation which includes some of President Joe Biden’s social programs.

Manchin stated that they are looking at all aspects of the situation today and tomorrow. “Hopefully we can either agree on a framework or not and it’s either irreconcilable, or something we can come to an agreement,” Manchin said. “I believe we’re getting closer to agreeing on a topline. Yes.”

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