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The Inflation Reduction Act makes the largest investment ever in combating climate change.

It addresses the climate crisis and strengthens our energy security, creating jobs manufacturing solar panels, wind turbines, and electric vehicles in America with American workers.
 
Let me be clear:

We're going to invest in America.
We're going to make it in America.
We're going to win the economic competition of the 21st century in America.
 
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
To the people of Kentucky: Jill and I want you to know that the country is with you.

We’re praying for the families of those who died and everyone who lost homes and businesses who will never be the same.
 
I ran for president promising to make government work for working families again, and that is what the Inflation Reduction Act does—period.
 
Today, Senate Democrats passed the Inflation Reduction Act, siding with American families over special interests, voting to lower the cost of prescription drugs, health insurance, and energy and reduce the deficit while making the wealthiest corporations pay their fair share.
 
The CHIPS Act will supercharge our efforts to make semiconductors here in America. It will make cars, appliances, and computers cheaper and lower the costs of everyday goods. And, it will create high-paying manufacturing jobs across the country.
 
The PACT Act is the biggest expansion of VA health care in decades, and the largest single bill ever to comprehensively address exposure to burn pits.

I look forward to signing this bill, so veterans and their families get the benefits and health care they earned and deserve.
 
The voters of Kansas sent a powerful signal that this fall, the American people will vote to preserve and protect their rights and refuse to let them be ripped away by politicians.

We have your back.
 
This week, I signed an executive order to make sure health care providers comply with federal law, so women don't face delays or denials of medically necessary care.

It builds on the first one I signed last month that will also help safeguard access to health care.
 
We’ve taken another step toward reducing inflation and costs for America’s families.

The Inflation Reduction Act would help save money on prescription drugs, health premiums, and much more. It will not raise taxes on those making less than $400,000.
 
The unemployment rate now matches the lowest it’s been in more than 50 years: 3.5%.

More people are working than at any point in American history, and it’s the result of my economic plan to build the economy from the bottom up and middle out.
 
More than 35 million Americans are enrolled in Affordable Care Act related coverage—the highest on record.
 
Voters in Kansas rejected extreme efforts to amend the state constitution to take away a woman’s right to choose.

This vote makes clear what we know: The majority of Americans agree that women should have access to abortion and the right to make their own health care decisions.
 
The bipartisan PACT Act is the biggest expansion of benefits for service-connected health issues in 30 years. Millions of veterans who may have been exposed to harmful toxins will have quicker access to health care services and benefits.

I look forward to signing this bill.
 
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
Congress has passed the PACT Act, a critical step towards fulfilling our sacred obligation to care for our veterans and their families.
 
126 economists wrote that the Inflation Reduction Act would lower costs for families, set the stage for strong economic growth, and tackle the climate crisis.

Send it to my desk.
 
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
I’m addressing the nation on a successful counterterrorism operation. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
Folks, today I tested positive for COVID again.

This happens with a small minority of folks.

I’ve got no symptoms but I am going to isolate for the safety of everyone around me.

I’m still at work, and will be back on the road soon.
 
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
Fifty-seven years ago, Medicare became law. And for 57 years, Republicans on the Hill have fought it. Including Senator Scott who thinks it ought to go on the chopping block every 5 years.

The Inflation Reduction Act won't just protect Medicare, it will strengthen it.
 
While COVID is still with us, our fight against this virus is making a difference. We can now protect ourselves from serious illness due to COVID, and COVID deaths are down nearly 90%.
 
These COVID tools are free, convenient, safe, and they work.
 
Let me be clear:

The Inflation Reduction Act would be the most significant legislation in history to tackle the climate crisis and improve our energy security right away.

Let's pass it for the American people.
 
By making more semiconductors in the United States, the CHIPS and Science Act will increase domestic manufacturing and lower costs for families.

I look forward to signing this bill into law and continuing to grow our economy for working families across the country.
 
The Inflation Reduction Act would lower health care costs for millions of Americans, and it would be the most important investment we've made in energy security and creating clean energy solutions for the future.

It's a big deal.
 
My message to Congress is this:

The Inflation Reduction Act is the strongest bill you can pass. It will lower inflation, cut the deficit, reduce health care costs, tackle the climate crisis, and promote energy security.
 
Brave women and men in uniform across America should never forget that the defeated former president of the United States watched January 6 happen and didn’t have the spine to act.
 
You can’t be pro-insurrection and pro-cop.
You can’t be pro-insurrection and pro-democracy.
You can’t be pro-insurrection and pro-American.
 
I grew up in a family where if the price of gas went up, we felt it.

Gas prices have dropped since mid-June and should continue to come down in the days and weeks ahead. I know those extra dollars and cents mean something.
 
With oil prices coming down 20% from June highs, it's unacceptable that prices at the pump have only come down by half as much.

It's time for oil and gas companies to pass these lower costs on to Americans.
 
Americans have seen gas prices drop by about 60 cents a gallon in the last month, saving the average driver about $30/month.

An extra 60 cents a gallon back in your pocket is meaningful. It's breathing room.

And we're not done working to lower costs for families.
 
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
Folks, I'm doing great. Thanks for your concern. Just called Senator Casey, Congressman Cartwright, and Mayor Cognetti (and my Scranton cousins!) to send my regrets for missing our event today.

Keeping busy!
 
The price of oil is down about 20% since mid-June, but the price of gas has so far only fallen half as much.

Oil and gas companies must not use this moment as an excuse for profiting by not passing along savings at the pump.
 
The Supreme Court’s decision on Dobbs was received by Republicans in Congress as a green light to go further and try to ban abortion nationwide.

The choice is clear: We must elect Democrats in November.
 
Make no mistake: The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act is real progress, but more has to be done.
 
There can be no greater responsibility than to do all we can to ensure the safety of our families, our children, and our fellow Americans.
 
Joe Biden Retweeted ·  
My team and I have been monitoring the BA.5 variant of COVID-19 for months. We're prepared, and we know how to manage this moment with the vaccines, treatments, and other tools we have made widely available.
 
Make no mistake: The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act is real progress, but more has to be done.
 
The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act closes the "boyfriend loophole," so if you are convicted of assault against a dating partner, you cannot buy a gun.

​​If we keep guns out of the hands of domestic abusers, we can save the lives of their partners and stop more mass shootings.
 
The action we take today on gun violence is a step designed to make our nation the kind of nation it should be.

It's about the most fundamental things: the lives of our children and our loved ones.
 
Republicans voted against protecting retirement and pensions, but had no problem passing a $2T tax cut that benefited the wealthiest Americans. They choose to make life more comfortable for the ultra-rich while opposing retirement security for working people.
 
Republicans are doing nothing but obstructing our efforts to crack down on gas-price gouging, lower food prices, lower healthcare costs, and hopefully, soon, lower your prescription drug costs.

This is not right. And that’s why this election is going to be so darn important.
 
Last week, I had the honor of recognizing an extraordinary group of Americans with the Presidential Medal of Freedom—our nation's highest civilian award.

These individuals are all working to ensure the idea of America shines like the sun to light up the future of the world.
 
We’ve seen the risk millions of workers face as they watch their pensions turn into broken promises. Now that we are implementing the Special Financial Assistance program, millions of workers will have the retirement they earned.

Zero Republicans voted for this legislation.
 
This week, I was proud to award the Medal of Honor to four soldiers who performed acts of incredible heroism during the Vietnam War.

They stood in the way of danger and risked everything to defend our nation, and they are finally getting the recognition they deserve.
 
This is why elections matter.
 
The Court and its allies are committed to moving America backwards with fewer rights, less autonomy, and politicians invading the most personal decisions.
 
Extreme Republicans have not only fought to take away our rights, but they are determined to go as far as they can.
 
The fastest way to restore Roe is to pass a national law codifying Roe, which I will sign immediately upon its passage.

We need two additional pro-choice senators and a pro-choice House to codify Roe as federal law. Your vote can make that a reality.
 
Today, I signed an executive order to protect the reproductive rights of women in the aftermath of the Supreme Court's extreme decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

It formalizes the actions I announced right after the decision and will add new measures to protect women's health.
 
We have more Americans working in the private sector today than any day during the former president's time in office.

In the second quarter of this year, we created more jobs than in any quarter under any of my predecessors in the nearly 40 years before the pandemic.
 
 
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