The decision marked a stark reversal for Mr. McConnell, who has collected nearly $460 million in pork-barrel projects over the past three fiscal year, according to Taxpayers for Common Sense, a nonpartisan spending-watchdog group.
“We have to stop the whole process, and hopefully, with the president at least saying he supports it, we can get the Democrats to come along, too,” he said.
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