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But we ought not to have an arbitrary deadline forcing this process,” Portman said on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday.Schumer is pressing the bipartisan group to agree to move forward this week on the $1.2 trillion infrastructure proposal because he wants the Senate to also take up and pass the budget resolution before Congress leaves town for an extended recess.Another key negotiator, Sen. Bill CassidyBill CassidySunday shows - Surgeon general in the spotlight as delta variant spreads Senate Republican says he can't vote to open debate on infrastructure bill before he sees text Sunday shows preview: Feds slam social media over COVID-19 misinformation MORE (R-La.), said Sunday that he would not vote to proceed to a House-passed shell bill that would be used to pass a bipartisan infrastructure deal through the Senate if the bipartisan negotiators haven’t finalized their agreement.“How can I vote for cloture when the bill isn’t written?” Cassidy asked on “Fox News Sunday” with Chris WallaceChristopher (Chris) WallaceSenate Republican says he can't vote to open debate on infrastructure bill before he sees text Surgeon general 'concerned about what we're seeing' as COVID-19 cases surge Defense official: Troop withdrawal doesn't mean US has lost leverage against Taliban MORE.Cassidy also said he and his colleagues need a “little bit more time to get it right.”The Louisiana senator complained that the Senate leadership and the White House haven’t been willing to make enough concessions to help the process along.“We need Senate leadership, Schumer and the White House to work with us.

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