Schumer gets it done: The majority leader delivers for the country when it counts
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When the Inflation Reduction Act passed the Senate Sunday afternoon at 3:18 after more than 24 hours of a continuous session that began at noon on Saturday and required 39 separate roll call votes, Chuck Schumer read a long list of his staff that the majority leader said were instrumental in getting the bill (a smaller but still potent reincarnation of Build Back Better) done. The name left off, of course, belongs to a graduate of Brooklyn’s James Madison High School, and we don’t mean Bernie Sanders, who prolonged the long night with five failed roll call votes on his pet causes. Without Schu...