(Minneapolis, MN)  —  Senator Amy Klobuchar is confident that the Build Back Better bill will pass by the end of the year.  Appearing on ABC’s This Week, the Minnesota Democrat said the legislation would be passed by the new year even if there’s some pushback from the GOP.  Klobuchar laid a out a political ‘mini-series’ of tasks that need to be tackled, such as passing a defense bill, deciding what to do about the debt ceiling, signing the Freedom to Vote Act into law, and finally addressing the Build Back Better bill.  Senator Klobuchar said the bill addresses the need for more affordable childcare, lowering the prices of prescription drugs and immigration reform.