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This is her statement of uh hey i care about dreamers house democrats care about dreamers and we want dreamers to be taken care of whether she she signal she's not going to vote for the spending bill a number of democrats in the house or at least some democrats in the house probably will but this is basically her saying we care about dreamers well however you vote dreamers know that were the ones who were with you so seven hours worth of nancy pelosi that uh you can see on cspan right now if you're interested i might say that because i know no one's going to norway deep all right so let's talk about this deal uh what's in it and how much is it going to cost us so over two years about three hundred billion dollars deal for the current year since were fourmonth into the current fiscal year two thousand eighteen will see an increase of eighty billion dollars in defend over what we spent last year and sixty three billion dollar increase in nondefense discretionary spending um the nondefense numbers include a six billion dollars for empty opioid funding uh i think it's two billion dollars to work on veteran's hospitals that has fallen into disrepair a whole bunch of other uh items like that there's a twenty billion dollars set aside for dealing with existing infrastructure so those needs democrats got a lot of what they were looking for in some republicans support that as well a lot of what they were looking for on those smaller dollar items the big crux year is always been this defence money versus domestic money and the eighty billion dollars is a.