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Today, we're one step closer to fulfilling our sacred obligation with the PACT Act, the most significant law our nation has passed to help millions of veterans who are exposed to toxic substances during their military services.
In just 90 days, voters must choose between ultra-MAGA Republicans who are attacking our freedoms, and Democrats who are fighting to defend them.
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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.
One of the ways we’re giving working people a fighting chance is by making health care, prescriptions, energy, and so much more affordable and accessible through the Inflation Reduction Act.
Today, I signed the CHIPS and Science Act into law, a once-in-a-generation investment in America itself.
A law the American people can be proud of.
The Inflation Reduction Act caps seniors’ out of pocket spending for prescription drugs at $2,000 per year.
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.
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.