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Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) offered her support Thursday to a deal struck by Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) on a healthcare, tax, and climate spending bill, with a change she had sought, giving the reconciliation bill a path forward in the evenly divided upper chamber.

Manchin announced last week the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, a scaled-back version of Build Back Better, that had the support of the rest of the Democrats in the Senate.


Democrats are seeking to pass the bill using a process called reconciliation, not bound by the 60-vote filibuster, and can do so unilaterally with their slim majority in the 50-50 chamber due to Vice President Kamala Harris's tiebreaking vote.

But all eyes were on Sinema because that method required her support.

“We have agreed to remove the carried interest tax provision, protect advanced manufacturing, and boost our clean energy economy in the Senate's budget reconciliation legislation,” Sinema said in a statement. “Subject to the Parliamentarian's review, I'll move forward."

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Neo-Nazi Protesters Break-Up Story Time Event In Boston, Organizer Says

The organizer of a story-time reading series in Boston said she had to cancel Sunday's planned event after Neo-Nazis protested outside. 

Patty Bourrée, who hosts a biweekly Drag Queen Story Hour at the Seaport, decided it wasn't safe as many members of NSC-131 stood outside of The Paseo holding derogatory signs that denounced the event, reports said. A phalanx of Boston police officers stood in between them and the doors of the building, photos shows

"I really hate that I cancelled a story hour today because two protest groups were present, but I can’t put myself (and the kids!) in a potentially violent situation especially when I don’t trust that the BPD will protect me in a worst case scenario," Bourrée tweeted. 

She pledged to continue the series of book-readings regardless of the protests. 

This is the second time in recent weeks that NCS-131 protested a Drag Queen Story Time event in the city. Police arrested several members of the group, including the group's founder Chris Hood, when they clashed with counter protesters outside of the Loring Greenough House in Jamaica Plain on July 23. 

Members held signs and a large banner that called the organizers of the event "pedo scum" and told them to get out of the neighborhood. 

These protests are part of whatofficials say is a recent rise in white supremacist groups in Boston. NSC-131 marched along the Freedom Trail in Boston on July 4 along with other white nationalist groups, reports at the time said. Vandals also spray-painted hate speech on an LGBTQ nonprofit on July 9.  

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