"I am extremely worried that DHS is not ready, and that border communities and migrants will suffer the costs for this lack of preparation," said Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, Arizona Democrat. "It's obvious the border strategy being implemented at our southwest border is not working, and that change is necessary."
"Not only am I committed to the 60-vote threshold [to end a filibuster], I have an incredibly unpopular view: I actually think we should restore the 60-vote threshold for the areas in which it has been eliminated already," Ms. Sinema said during a speech on bipartisanship at the University of Louisville McConnell Center in Kentucky.
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