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Bernie Sanders
17 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 5:01pm
For the THIRD time this year, the GOP blocked common sense voting rights legislation in the Senate. After failing to win the last election, they are doing all they can to steal the next one. What a disgrace. We are going to protect and expand voting rights in this country.

Bernie Sanders
18 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 4:10pm
With unprecedented fires, drought, heat waves, floods and extreme weather disturbances, what's radical is not transforming our energy systems away from fossil fuel and into energy efficiency and sustainable energy. What's radical is doing nothing as our planet gets destroyed.

Bernie Sanders
20 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 2:09pm
Look, I’m a bit old-fashioned. I happen to believe we should do what the people are demanding, and what the people are demanding is that we finally take on the ruling class of this country.

Bernie Sanders
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 5:46pm
You know what? Maybe, just maybe, the rich should pay their fair share of taxes.

Bernie Sanders
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 3:35pm
I am more than a little tired of the United States being the only major country on Earth to not guarantee paid family and medical leave. We are going to end that international embarrassment.

Bernie Sanders
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 1:20pm
Is anyone really satisfied with a system that allows for nearly 1 out of 4 Americans to not be able to afford their prescription drugs, while six of the largest pharmaceutical companies make nearly $50 billion in profits? I don’t think so.

Bernie Sanders
2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 5:46pm
At a time of massive income inequality, the billionaire class is opposing our agenda because they want to prevent Congress from making them finally pay their fair share of taxes. We must put an end to their greed.

Bernie Sanders
2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 3:46pm
What if we did something “radical” and built a government that fought for working class people, and not just billionaires?

Bernie Sanders
4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 5:06pm
The corporate media and corporate-funded politicians do not talk about it often, but we now face grotesque income and wealth inequality. No. It is not acceptable for two billionaires to own more wealth than the bottom 40%, or the top 1% to own more than the bottom 92%.

Bernie Sanders
4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 4:01pm
I’m proud to stand in solidarity with @UAW workers at John Deere now on strike who are fighting for decent wages, pensions and retirement health care benefits. They are entitled to be treated with respect and dignity, and I applaud their courage and determination.

Bernie Sanders
4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 1:31pm
As part of our corrupt, big-money dominated political system, Big Pharma is spending hundreds of millions of dollars on lobbying, campaign contributions and television ads because they want Americans to continue paying, by far, the highest prices in the world for medicine.

Bernie Sanders
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:57pm
Build Back Better is an enormously important piece of legislation. The American people have a right to know what's in it.

Bernie Sanders
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:57pm
The foundations of American democracy are threatened not only by extremism, but by ignorance and lack of knowledge. It is hard to ask people to have faith in their government when they have little understanding of what their government is trying to do.

Bernie Sanders
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:56pm
There's been endless stories about the role of the president, the conflicts in the House and Senate, the opposition of two senators, the size of the bill, etc. – but very limited coverage of what the provisions of the bill are and the crises for working people that they address.

Bernie Sanders
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:56pm
Why is that? There are a number of reasons, but at the top of the list is the reality that the mainstream media has done an exceptionally poor job in covering what actually is in the legislation.

Bernie Sanders
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:56pm
Poll after poll shows overwhelming support for the $3.5 trillion Build Back Better legislation. Yet, polling also shows that a majority of Americans have very little knowledge as to what is in this bill.

Bernie Sanders
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 2:05pm
88% believe we should lower prescription drug costs 84% think we should expand Medicare 73% support establishing Paid Family and Medical Leave 67% want universal Pre-K Here's a radical idea - let's listen to the American people. Let's get it done.

Bernie Sanders
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 12:00pm
I proudly stand in solidarity with every single worker who is right now fighting to build an economy based on human needs, not corporate greed.

Bernie Sanders
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 10:36am
In order to address the long-neglected needs of the working class and combat the existential threat of climate change, we proposed a $6 trillion bill. $3.5 trillion is already a compromise. https://t.co/dU6t3mrN1v


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Bernie Sanders
6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 4:03pm
How long will we continue to ignore the destructive forces of climate change? How many more people have to suffer the consequences of our inaction? Enough is enough. We must combat climate change NOW. https://t.co/TMShitbXTZ

Bernie Sanders
6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 3:15pm
RT @GovPhilScott: Today at 3:00 I'll be joined by @SenatorLeahy, @SenSanders and Rep. @PeterWelch to discuss the state receiving an unprecedented amount of energy assistance funding for Vermonters this year. You can watch live at the link below: https://t.co/Y6itUNUGpL

Bernie Sanders
6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 12:32pm
How is it that we have trillions of dollars to spend on endless wars, but we don’t have the money to address the needs of the working class? How is it that we have money for tax breaks for billionaires, but not enough to invest in American families? Give me a break.

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 7:42pm
Now is the time to restore the faith of the American people in their government, to show them that we in fact can deliver for them, that we can improve their lives. Let’s take on the lobbyists. Let’s take on the billionaires and powerful interests. Let’s get it done.

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 5:30pm
I think it is a little absurd that the United States is the only major country on Earth not to guarantee paid family and medical leave as a right. Don’t you?

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 3:30pm
The top 1% now has more wealth than the entire middle class. Does that make sense to anyone? Yes. It’s time for Congress to take on the greed of the billionaires and deliver for the working class of this country.

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 1:30pm
A recent poll found that 83% of Americans support allowing Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices. The American people are making themselves pretty clear. Congress needs to stand up to the greed of the pharmaceutical industry. Now is the time.

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 11:22am
Question: Given the overwhelming support of the reconciliation bill from the American people, why is it taking so long for Congress to pass this bill? Answer: Follow the money. https://t.co/x9L6NJOntR

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 8:31pm
Now is the #TimeToDeliver for the working class of this country. https://t.co/EbDoKEPm0M

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 8:13pm
RT @USProgressives: It's kicking off! Join Progressives across the House, Senate, and Movement to talk about our #TimeToDeliver this Build Back Better Agenda. https://t.co/OYLG7nzeiU

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 8:06pm
Now is the time, finally, for Congress to stand up for working families and take on the big money interests and wealthy campaign contributors who have so much power over the economic and political life of our country. https://t.co/jpHM1lk60W

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 7:04pm
RT @IndivisibleTeam: Tonight's #TimeToDeliver livestream has too many guests to mention in one tweet, but trust us -- you won't want to miss it. We will talk about what’s at stake, the fight ahead and what you can do to have progressives’ backs to pass reconciliation. Join us: https://t.co/LvwLEnRtUq https://t.co/HLlqcwB659


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Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 3:37pm
As part of the Reconciliation Bill, Americans want to lower prescription drug costs (88%) and expand Medicare to cover dental, vision and hearing (84%). Both proposals are strongly opposed by drug companies and private insurance. The Dems must stand with the people, not fold.

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 1:56pm
Who wants Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices? Oh just... 91% of Democrats 85% of Independents 76% of Republicans 84% of seniors Now is the time for Congress to finally have the courage to stand up to the greed of Big Pharma. https://t.co/PsWqQZ78PN

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 12:49pm
RT @SenSchumer: We're working to pass the funding we need for a bold Civilian Climate Corps and create paths to green, family-sustaining union jobs in communities too often left behind I was thrilled to stand together in NYC with @Distcouncil37 @CentralLaborNYC @NYCBldgTrades & @SunriseMvmtNYC https://t.co/vJ0jxDBmo0

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Monday Oct 11 - 5:50pm
We must stand up to a corrupt oligarchy. It is not acceptable that the top 1% now owns more wealth than our entire middle class. We must pass the $3.5 trillion Build Back Better Act, invest in the working class & take on the greed of the billionaires by taxing the rich.

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Monday Oct 11 - 3:07pm
From the first days of this country, Native Americans were lied to, their treaties violated and their rights ignored. Today on #IndigenousPeoplesDay, we recommit to stand with them in the fight for justice and dignity.

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 1:27pm
Maybe, just maybe, Congress might want to serve the needs of the American people, and not wealthy campaign contributors. A new CBS poll finds overwhelming support for these provisions in the $3.5T Reconciliation Bill. https://t.co/SUsaLMflMu


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Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 12:13pm
Americans don't know what's in the Build Back Better plan because the corporate media doesn't discuss it. Let's stop the beltway gossip and start talking about lowering prescription drug costs, expanding Medicare, childcare and housing – and combatting climate change. https://t.co/6d1VMcpbh0

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 9 - 12:59pm
Pharma has spent hundreds of millions opposing our efforts to lower prescription drug costs. Meanwhile, the six major drug companies made $50 billion in profits last year and pay their CEOs outrageous salaries. We must stop Pharma greed and pass the Reconciliation Bill.

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 3:55pm
Full results here: https://t.co/qkzbxlHm7b

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 3:55pm
The $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill is enormously popular. A recent Quinnipiac University Poll shows 57 percent of the American people support it, including 92 percent of Democrats. Obviously it is exactly the bill that a Democratic Congress should pass.

Bernie Sanders
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 12:00pm
The majority of the American people support the $3.5T reconciliation bill. 48 out of 50 Democrats in the Senate support the bill. 96% of Democrats in the House support the bill. No. Two people cannot sabotage what the overwhelming majority of this country want.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 9:40am
The time is long overdue for Sen. Manchin to say with specificity - we're beyond generalities - what he wants, and what he does not want, and to explain that to the people of West Virginia and America. https://t.co/iznJu0a0cc


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Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 7:32pm
The question before Congress right now is pretty simple: Do we fulfil what democracy is supposed to be about and stand up for working families or do we bow down to powerful special interests?

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 7:19pm
RT @maddow: Senator Bernie Sanders joins me live tonight at 9pm ET on MSNBC... https://t.co/KHTLPWhqrn

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 4:38pm
Senator Manchin has been critical of the $3.5 trillion proposal that many of us support. But the time is long overdue for him to tell us with specificity what he wants and does not want and explain that to the American people.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 4:37pm
Does Senator Manchin believe that we should be the only major country on earth not to guarantee paid family and medical leave? And that working mothers should not be able to stay at home with a sick kid? Are workers not entitled to that?

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 4:37pm
Are our children and grandchildren not entitled to live in a healthy and habitable environment?

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 4:37pm
Does Senator Manchin not believe that at a time when we have a major labor shortage because our young people lack the skills they need that they are not entitled to at least two years of free community college?

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 4:37pm
Is protecting working families and cutting childhood poverty an ‘entitlement’? Are the children of this country not entitled to high quality childcare and pre-K education? Are working families in this country are entitled to affordable housing?

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 4:36pm
I’ve heard Senator Manchin talk about not wanting to see our country become ‘an entitlement society.’ Well, I’m not exactly sure what that means.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 3:15pm
I'm LIVE to talk about the reconciliation bill that a number of us are fighting for and to make some brief comments about what Sen. Joe Manchin said today about the legislation. https://t.co/VcXeMdQwO2

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 2:00pm
Big money special interests are spending hundreds of millions of dollars trying to prevent Congress from doing what the American people want. Unacceptable. Maybe, just maybe, now is the time for Congress to stand up for American families, not for the wealthy and powerful.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 11:57am
Wall Street and corporate CEOs are "deeply concerned" about the U.S. defaulting on our national debt. Yet, they keep providing campaign funds for Republicans, the party which refuses to pay the bill on the spending incurred during the Trump years. Total hypocrisy.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 9:46am
Let us be clear. The Republican Party is refusing to take on the greed of the pharmaceutical industry which charges Americans by far the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs. What a disgrace.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 5 - 3:18pm
Wealth of Mark Zuckerberg in 2009: $2 billion Wealth of Mark Zuckerberg today: $122 billion   Yes. It's time to break up Facebook, break up Big Tech & demand that the wealthy & powerful pay their fair share of taxes. We cannot continue to let Facebook put profits over safety.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 5 - 2:18pm
The Republican Party's lust for power and political gain is so great that they are prepared to default on the debt they voted for under Trump, and plunge the world's economy into chaos and depression. To call that "irresponsible" would be a major understatement.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 5 - 1:30pm
We’re taking on corporate lobbyists. We’re taking on powerful special interests. We’re taking on the entire ruling class of this country. And poll after poll shows that is exactly what the American people want us to do. https://t.co/EkxwBD84vU


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Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 5 - 11:31am
Senior citizens in America should not have to be toothless or lack hearing aids or eyeglasses. Dental care, hearing and vision are essential parts of healthcare. The American people want us to expand Medicare to cover these basic services. That's what we must do.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 5 - 10:00am
As the planet becomes warmer, as unprecedented fires, drought, floods, and extreme weather disturbances cause mass destruction, and when scientists tell us that we only have a few years to avoid irreparable damage to our planet, are we really going to ignore this global crisis?

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 4 - 6:15pm
We are trying to pass the most consequential legislation for working people since the Great Depression. The American people overwhelmingly support it. The special interests and the billionaires oppose it. This is a democracy. Maybe, just maybe, we should listen to the people.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 4 - 12:06pm
The time is now. Do we do what the American people want? Do we fulfill what democracy is supposed to be about? Or does Congress, yet again, bow down to powerful special interests? That's what this struggle is about. https://t.co/Ajb0r1uIMH


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Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Oct 2 - 12:59pm
The Reconciliation Bill is transformational. It's about taking on Pharma to lower prescription drug costs, the fossil fuel industry to combat climate change, the insurance companies to expand Medicare and demanding the rich pay their fair share. If we stand together, we win.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Oct 2 - 11:13am
Congrats to the House Progressive Caucus and other Dems who insisted that Congress pass BOTH the Infrastructure Bill and the Reconciliation Bill. Now is the time to stand with working families and take on the greed of Pharma, the fossil fuel industry and the billionaire class.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 1 - 3:04pm
The mainstream media has it wrong. Delaying the infrastructure vote won't be a "setback" for Biden. It will be a major step towards passing the most transformative piece of legislation since the New Deal. There can be no infrastructure bill without a strong reconciliation bill.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 1 - 2:53pm
Poll after poll shows that the $3.5T reconciliation bill is immensely popular, despite what some television pundits might say. Let’s deliver for the American people. Let’s get it done. https://t.co/1jHyjCPm99


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Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 1 - 12:11pm
The fate of the planet is at stake. Without a strong reconciliation bill there will be no serious effort to cut carbon emissions & transform our energy system away from fossil fuel. There must be no infrastructure bill without a major reconciliation bill to combat climate change.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 1 - 9:11am
2 senators cannot be allowed to defeat what 48 senators and 210 House members want.  We must stand with the working families of our country. We must combat climate change. We must delay passing the Infrastructure Bill until we pass a strong Reconciliation Bill.

Bernie Sanders
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 30 - 3:20pm
The military budget is now about $780 billion a year. Over a 10-year period, that is more than DOUBLE what the reconciliation bill will be. And yet, I hear very little discussion about throwing money at the military industrial complex. Shocking! https://t.co/3ryjFxBQ49


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Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 29 - 8:17pm
There will be no real progress in this country unless we have the courage to take on Wall Street, the insurance companies, the drug companies, the fossil fuel industry, and all the other forces of greed.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 29 - 6:04pm
Wealth inequality is a profound moral and economic issue this country must address. The richest two Americans cannot continue owning more wealth than the bottom 40% of our country while millions cannot afford the basics to live.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 29 - 3:26pm
One of the great crises facing our democracy is the power of the billionaire class over our political process. Congress must have the courage to take them on and fight for their constituents, not their billionaire campaign contributors.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 29 - 12:21pm
Those who want to maintain the status quo in which the rich get richer while ordinary Americans struggle to make ends meet oppose the reconciliation bill. Well, I disagree. Now is the time, finally, for Congress to stand up for working families. https://t.co/0l8nC9M8gT

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 28 - 8:20pm
In the richest country in the history of the world, no one should have to suffer or die because they can’t afford the medicine their doctor prescribes to them.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 28 - 6:10pm
It’s time we do what other industrialized countries do and understand that the most important investment we can make is in children. It’s time we make pre-K education for 3-and 4-year-olds free. Yes, that is right—free.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 28 - 3:09pm
I strongly urge my House colleagues to vote against the bipartisan infrastructure bill until Congress passes a strong reconciliation bill.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 28 - 3:09pm
It also means that Congress will continue to ignore the existential threat to our country and planet with regard to climate change.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 28 - 3:08pm
More importantly, it will end all leverage that we have to pass a major reconciliation bill. That means there will be no serious effort to address the long-neglected crises facing the working families of our country, the children, the elderly, the sick and the poor.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 28 - 3:08pm
Let’s be crystal clear. If the bipartisan infrastructure bill is passed on its own on Thursday, this will be in violation of an agreement that was reached within the Democratic Caucus in Congress.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 28 - 11:22am
The major corporations want Congress to lift the debt ceiling. Yet, they continue to make massive campaign contributions to the Republican Party which refuses to pay the debt incurred under Trump, and is prepared to plunge the economy into a depression. Bullshit!

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 28 - 10:46am
RT @USProgressives: Why fight for the Build Back Better Act? Because it's government funding, finally, for the working class. We're talking about: ➖ Funding for seniors and people with disabilities to have home-based care ➖ Medicare expanded to cover dental, hearing, and vision for the first time

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 27 - 10:43pm
RT @RepJayapal: What we want is to deliver on President Biden's agenda, our Democratic agenda, and what we promised people across America when they gave us the House, the Senate, and the White House. https://t.co/5683m5ndvi

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 27 - 6:33pm
The pharmaceutical industry doesn’t want us to lower the cost of prescription drugs. The health care industry doesn’t want us to expand Medicare. The fossil fuel industry doesn’t want us to tackle climate change. This is an enormous struggle. And we're going to win it. https://t.co/wrsjY7A4cr


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Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 27 - 4:32pm
This is America. The elderly shouldn't walk around without teeth and be unable to afford a dentist. Grandparents shouldn't be unable to talk with their family because they can't afford hearing aids. Seniors shouldn't be unable to read newspapers because they can’t afford glasses.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 27 - 12:34pm
Far too many young people are unable to obtain the good-paying jobs that are out there because they lack the higher education. It’s long due time that every American have the right to two years of free community college.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 27 - 10:06am
Many of my Republican colleagues don't believe that climate change is real, or they don't believe that we should do anything about it. They are dead wrong. If we are to build a future for our children and grandchildren, we must begin by addressing the climate crisis. Period.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Sep 26 - 5:08pm
Nearly two-thirds of our seniors have no dental insurance and no idea how they will afford to go to a dentist. That is a disgrace, and it must end.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 24 - 7:44pm
Today, there are almost 600,000 people sleeping out on the streets of the wealthiest country in the world. There are 18 million households spending 50% of their limited incomes on housing.   It’s time to build affordable housing and create good-paying jobs in the process.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 24 - 5:07pm
Dental care is health care. We must expand Medicare to include dental, hearing aids & eyeglasses. 71% of Black Medicare recipients, 65% of Hispanic Medicare recipients, 70% of low-income enrollees and 59% living in rural areas did not see a dentist in the past year. Unacceptable.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 24 - 3:33pm
It is not a radical idea to say that every family in America should be entitled to high quality and affordable child care. Under the Build Back Better Plan, no working family in this country will be paying more than 7% of their income on child care.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 24 - 1:15pm
It is a bit embarrassing that our great country is the only major country on Earth not to guarantee paid family and medical leave. That MUST change.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 8:00pm
The pharmaceutical industry employs nearly 1,500 lobbyists in Washington, DC alone - including the former congressional leaders in both major political parties. Got that? That’s almost three prescription drug lobbyists for every Member of Congress.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 5:50pm
The overriding motivation of the pharmaceutical industry is greed. Their overriding goal is to make as much money as they can by squeezing as much as they possibly can out of the sick, out of the elderly and out of the desperate.

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 3:46pm
I will not tell the young people that we can't address the climate crisis. I will not tell people that are homeless that we can't build affordable housing. I will not tell families that we can't make child care affordable. We must address the needs of the working class. https://t.co/7XBEVx2qY7


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Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 1:29pm
The time is now to finally address the long-neglected needs of the working class. I'm LIVE on the floor of the Senate talking about why we must pass the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill. https://t.co/S5QuAigoo2

Bernie Sanders
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 11:30am
Poll after poll shows that the American people want fundamental and transformational change. It’s time to listen to them, not the wealthy and the powerful.

Bernie Sanders
4 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 10:00am
RT @CBSMornings: President Biden met with Senate and House Democrats yesterday as he works to get two pieces of legislation through Congress. @SenSanders is confident there will be an agreement on what he calls the “most consequential piece of legislation for working families since the 1930s.” https://t.co/EcOyor3iJZ


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Bernie Sanders
4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 22 - 6:10pm
68,000 Americans die each and every year because they cannot afford to get the health care that they need when they need it. In other words, the greed of the prescription drug industry is killing Americans.

Bernie Sanders
4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 22 - 4:07pm
RT @USProgressives: Progressives in both chambers of Congress are clear: We have to meet this moment and build back better. Thank you to @SenSanders and our Senate colleagues for insisting we stick to the deal and pass the President's entire agenda. https://t.co/XMNB9IT42Z


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Bernie Sanders
4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 22 - 2:55pm
For far too long, it has not been Congress that has been regulating the pharmaceutical industry. It has been the pharmaceutical industry that has been regulating Congress.