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Today, I signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law. It does so much of what we've fought to make happen for years like lowering costs and proving our government can work for working folks.

Here are the three major things you should know: news.yahoo.com/3-things-every…
 
Thanks, Obama
This is a BFD.
 
We can choose to build a future where everybody has an even shot. That’s the America I believe in.

And today, we’ve come a step closer to making that America real.
 
The Inflation Reduction Act is now law.

Giving Medicare the power to negotiate lower prescription drug prices. Ensuring wealthy corporations pay their fair share in taxes.

And taking the biggest step forward on climate in our history.
 
Hear me when I say that everything I'm doing is to make sure democracy delivers for the American people.
 
From the American Rescue Plan to a once-in-a-generation infrastructure law.

From the most meaningful gun safety and veterans' health care laws in decades to the groundbreaking CHIPS and Science Law and historic Inflation Reduction Act.

We're getting the job done.
 
The promise of this nation is real. The Inflation Reduction Act is not just about today, it's about tomorrow.

It’s about showing that America – and American democracy – works.

Not just for the privileged few. But for all of us.
 
Tune in as I deliver remarks and sign into law the Inflation Reduction Act, a historic bill that will lower costs for American families, combat the climate crisis, reduce the deficit, and finally make the largest corporations pay their fair share in taxes. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
The Inflation Reduction Act will begin to restore fairness to the tax code by making America’s largest, most profitable corporations pay their fair share.
 
The climate provisions I sign into law today are a big deal. Let me explain why:
 
For millions, hearing aids and the doctor’s visit to get them are too expensive. That's why I called on the FDA to make them available over the counter.

Today, they did just that. This action will increase competition and lower the price of a pair by nearly $3,000.
 
The Inflation Reduction Act will position America to meet my climate goals, saving families hundreds of dollars a year on energy costs.

And for families that take advantage of clean energy and electric vehicle tax credits – they could see more than twice the savings.
 
Later today, with the signing of the Inflation Reduction Act into law, we make history.
 
I believe Roe got it right.

I commit to the American people that I'll continue doing everything in my power to safeguard access to health care, including the right to choose. Go to reproductiverights.gov to learn more.
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For decades, special interests have stood in the way of progress for American families. That ends with the Inflation Reduction Act.
 
I believe rebuilding the middle class is the moral obligation of our time – that's why I'm so proud to celebrate Social Security's birthday.

It's why me and my Democratic friends on the Hill are working to protect and expand it.

Republicans in Congress want it sliced.
 
Since the start of my presidency, my economic plan has helped create 9.5 million jobs, reach a 50-year record low unemployment rate, and achieve zero percent inflation in July.

And this week, I’ll build on that progress by signing the Inflation Reduction Act into law.
 
How do we make a historic investment in a clean energy economy while also lowering the deficit?

We make those at the top pay their fair share. The Inflation Reduction Act does that.
 
Under the Inflation Reduction Act, Americans on Medicare – no matter how many prescriptions they have – will pay no more than $2,000 a year on their medication.

That makes a big difference for families.
 
Imagine a world where people pop the hood of their cars and they see stamped on the battery ‘Made in America.'

That's where the Inflation Reduction Act will take us.
 
The national average price of a gallon of gas is now $3.97. That’s a more than 20% drop over eight straight weeks of declines.
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In 2021, there were 240 million solar panels operating in America.

In eight years, thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act, there will be nearly a billion.
 
I ran for President with the promise to make government work for working families again.

That's what the Inflation Reduction Act does.
 
It's simple: the Inflation Reduction Act will cut your costs. Congressional Republicans want to cut your care.
 
The Inflation Reduction Act is the most important investment America has ever made in job-creating clean energy solutions for the future.
 
Last week, the Senate ratified the US’s support for Finland and Sweden joining NATO, and earlier this week I signed the documents to make it official. I spoke with President @Niinisto and @SwedishPM Andersson to congratulate them. Their membership will make our alliance stronger.
 
With the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, House Democrats chose to build a future where everybody has a shot, not just the already-powerful.
 
In this historic moment, I want to thank Congressional Democrats for supporting the Inflation Reduction Act.

It required many compromises. Doing important things almost always does. I look forward to signing it into law.
 
The choice we face as Americans is whether to protect the already-powerful or find the courage to build a future where everybody has a shot.

Today, I proudly watched as House Democrats chose families over special interests.
 
And while I plan to sign the Inflation Reduction Act into law next week, on September 6th we will hold a celebration at the White House in honor of this historic legislation.
 
Today, the American people won. Special interests lost.

With the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act in the House, families will see lower prescription drug prices, lower health care costs, and lower energy costs. I look forward to signing it into law next week.
 
No American should have to make a decision between putting food on the table and going to the doctor.

The Inflation Reduction Act will lower health insurance costs for 13 million Americans covered under the Affordable Care Act.
 
I believe that every American has a right to the peace of mind that comes with knowing they have access to affordable, quality health care.

The Inflation Reduction Act is a historic investment in that belief.
 
A field of wind turbines doesn't just represent affordable, clean energy for American households.

It represents the good-paying, union construction jobs that it took to build them.
 
I promised I'd address Putin's price hike at the pump, and I am.

We've used our strategic petroleum reserve to get relief to families fast – and we rallied our allies and partners around the world to do the same.

More work remains, but prices are dropping.
 
Today's news that the average national gas price is below $4 a gallon is welcome relief to working families.

That’s over one dollar down from peak prices. And I'm not done calling on oil producers to increase global supply so prices can drop even more.
 
Investments in the CHIPS and Science Law will create more than 1 million construction jobs alone over the next 6 years building semiconductor factories in America.
 
We saw it during the pandemic. Factories overseas that made microchips shut down, bringing the global economy with them and driving up costs for families.

The CHIPS and Science Law makes our supply chain more secure.
 
Right now, instead of workers begging employers for work, we’re seeing employers have to compete for American workers.

We're seeing a resurgence of worker organizing and unionization.

Where I come from that is a good thing. And it’s long overdue.
 
July's 0% inflation and last week's booming jobs report underscore the kind of economy we're building – an economy that works for everyone.
 
I asked folks in eastern Kentucky whose homes were destroyed by the devastating floods what we could do. One told me, “We Kentuckians don’t want to ask for too much.”

As your President, I say: you’re not just Kentuckians, you’re Americans. We’re helping until everyone is home.
 
Don't take my word on the benefits of the Inflation Reduction Act.

Ask 130 top economists
7 Nobel laureates in economics
Former Secretaries of the Treasury
The former Federal Reserve Vice Chair

They all agree.
 
I’m in awe of Danielle Robinson and her family’s courage. Through their pain of losing husband, father, and son Sgt. First Class Heath Robinson to toxic exposure, they found purpose to demand that we do better by our vets.

Today, with the signing of the PACT Act, we are.
 
Today is long overdue, but we got it done together.

The Heath Robinson PACT Act is the law of the land. And for veterans and military families, today represents hope that our vets get better care – faster – when they return home.
 
As a nation, our truly sacred obligation is to equip those we send into harm’s way and care for them and their families when they come home.

Moments ago, I signed the PACT Act into law, and we took one step closer to fulfilling that sacred obligation.
 
The PACT Act is the most significant law in our nation’s history to help millions of veterans who were exposed to toxic substances during their military service. Bar none.

Today it becomes law.
 
Tune in as I deliver remarks and sign into law the most comprehensive legislation to address veteran exposure to burn pits in decades: the PACT Act of 2022. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
Last year, one-third of core inflation was due to high prices for automobiles because of the shortage of semiconductors.

With the CHIPS and Science Law boosting our efforts to make semiconductors right here at home, America is back leading the way.
 
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The PACT Act is a critical step forward to fulfill our nation’s sacred obligation to care for veterans. For veterans facing toxic exposure and surviving families and friends, the PACT Act is long overdue.
 
Did you know one-third of all the chips in the world use the polysilicon made in the great town of Hemlock, Michigan?

Imagine if we had more of those kinds of factories across the country.

The CHIPS and Science Law will make that a reality.
 
 
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