Manchin loves “work requirements” limiting aid to families and children

And…more than 37 million children could lose the enhanced monthly child tax credit (CTC) if Democrats adopt Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V.,’s reported desire to include an income cap of $60,000 per year…on families.

Manchin’s Christmas Outfit

Manchin’s home state of West Virginia would see a 58% cut in recipients with the income cap, with almost 190,000 fewer children qualifying, the analysis finds.

The estimate also doesn’t take into account a work requirement, which Manchin has repeatedly said he supports. A work requirement “would further reduce the number of children with access to the credit,” the report says.

Nice guy, right? No doubt beloved by every sweatshop owner in the state of West Virginia. Plus, the truly oversized SOBs who own the coal mines Manchin invests in.

3 thoughts on “Manchin loves “work requirements” limiting aid to families and children

  1. p/s says:

    DPRK News Service @DPRK_News [Official News feed of Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea]: Parties agree to coordinate voter suppression in western territorial shantytowns controlled by Warlord Jos. Manchin.
    ‘Uncle’ Joe Manchin has at least six former aides and advisors lobbying members of Congress for power players in industries such as coal, pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, tobacco, and finance, according to more than two dozen filings to Congress.
    Manchin earns an annual salary of $174,000 according to the base salary of U.S. Senators. In April 2021, his wife Gayle Manchin was confirmed to the post of federal co-chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission, which pays $163,000 annually.
    As of 2021, Joe Manchin’s personal wealth is estimated to be around $5 million. He is also the founder of the coal brokerage Enersystems. According to his financial disclosure 2020, Joe reportedly holds non-public shares of the coal brokerage Enersystems worth around $1 million and $5 million.

  2. Laborers R Commodity says:

    Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) delivered a hammer blow to President Joe Biden’s $1.75 trillion Build Back Better spending package Sunday, announcing on Fox News that he couldn’t vote for it because he thinks it’s too expensive. However, according to HuffPost, Manchin was heard in Congress discussing another problem he has with Biden’s domestic spending plan—that it would give low-income parents money that they might waste on drugs. Two unnamed sources said to be familiar with the alleged comments told the site that the senator was heard speculating that parents might buy drugs with monthly child tax credit payments instead of providing for their kids. He is also reported to have said that Americans might fake an illness to claim paid sick leave to go on hunting trips.

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