Heritage Action says this is ‘only the tip of the iceberg’
The Energy and Commerce markup of the massive $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill includes $150 million in grant funding for “bias, racism, or discrimination programs” for nurses as well as other nursing initiatives.
“Developing curriculum for students wishing to enter careers focused on maternal and perinatal health that includes training programs on prejudice, racism or discrimination,” Energy and commerce markup text reads Under the section, “Funds to increase and diversify the nursing workforce in maternal and perinatal health.”
$150 million will also go to fund various nursing scholarships and “develop and implement strategies to recruit and retain a diverse pool of students seeking to enter careers focused on maternal and perinatal health.”
Heritage Action is fighting like this critical race theory courses in schools, the workplace and within the military. Their executive director told Granthshala News that the inclusion of such classes for nurses is “only the tip of the iceberg.”
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“The policy agenda that the big government socialists are pushing is completely out of touch with the American public. Inflation is rising, illegal immigrants are on the rise across our southern border, our national debt is out of control, and Biden The Justice Department is liberating.” FBI Against Parents, But What Are Congressional Democrats Focusing On? are pushing their tax-spending and loan bills full of trillions of dollars for liberal policies like race theory training critical to nursing programs,” executive director Jessica Anderson told Granthshala News on Wednesday.
“But this is only the tip of the iceberg, this $3.5 trillion bill will fundamentally remake America. Conservatives should refuse to participate in this pretentious process.”
The progressive faction of the Democratic Party flexed its power last week, following their longstanding threats that they would hold on to a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill without a simultaneous vote on a $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill.
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi twice pulled a vote on infrastructure in response and has now set an October 31 deadline for the infrastructure to be passed.
Moderate Democrats in the Senate, Kirsten Cinemas and Joe Manchin, also doubled down last week, saying they would not support the higher price tag on the reconciliation bill, calling for it to be reduced to $1.5 trillion. The reconciliation bill also includes progressive programs such as tuition-free community college, expanded Medicare, a universal preschool program.
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Despite the infighting, Sen. Bernie Sanders And other progressives have vowed to get the job done, pushing for the passage of $3.5 trillion.
“We’re going to win this thing. We’re going to pass a strong infrastructure bill to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure. And we’re going to pass a reconciliation bill,” Sanders said on Sunday.