Joe Manchin

Provisions relating to immigration, climate and prescription drugs are at risk of being stripped out following a review from the Senate's rulekeeper.
Sen. Joe Manchin says he wants paid leave done on a bipartisan basis. His colleagues and advocates point to a long history of that not happening.
The president predicted quick action on the massive domestic policy bill.
Democrats’ $1.85 trillion package of social and climate initiatives seems afflicted by a maddening parade of hurdles.
The West Virginia senator has talked a lot this year. Not everything he’s said has added up.
The West Virginia Democrat's conflict of interest is showing as he complains about efforts to battle climate change in the president's infrastructure package.
The senator chided progressives for holding the bipartisan infrastructure bill "hostage" in return for his support for the social spending and climate measure.
In recent days, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) turned on the paid leave proposal, likely forcing Democrats to cut the popular policy out of their final package.
Paid family and medical leave is on the chopping block. Democrats are scrambling to find a compromise to protect at least new parents.
President Joe Biden says he feels "very positive" about reaching a deal on his big domestic policy bill.
If Sens. Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin get their way, lots of people will lose.
They haven’t yet found a way around Kyrsten Sinema or Joe Manchin.
Hopes are dimming after a lone coal-state Democrat sounded the death knell for President Joe Biden's clean electricity program.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) is hindering President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better agenda and getting called out for his actions.
Don Winslow ripped the conservative West Virginia Democrat for conflicts of interest amid a Senate stalemate over Joe Biden's social policy agenda.
The legislation faces unanimous Republican opposition, prompting another conversation over the future of the filibuster.
Senate Democrats are starting to fear they can’t win over Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema.
Democrats may have to compromise on their most prized policy initiative.