The Pavlovic Today obtained a White House memo sent to Biden’s Chief of Staff Ron Klain, written by Jen O’Malley Dillon and White House Senior Advisor Anita Dunn.
According to the memo, Biden plans to launch an aggressive campaign to promote the Inflation Reduction Act and highlight the contrast with Congressional Republicans’ vision.
Over the next two weeks, the Cabinet will go on Building A Better America Tour and travel to 23 states to promote the work that’s been done on climate, gun safety, tax credits and health care.
Inflation Reduction Act-related travel:
- On August 17, Secretary Vilsack will participate in a roundtable discussion with agricultural stakeholders on the Inflation Reduction Act in Grand Junction, CO with Sen. Bennet (D-CO).
- On August 17, Secretary Becerra will travel to Southern New Mexico for an event with Sen. Ben Ray Lujan (D-NM) and Sen. Heinrich (D-NM) that will highlight how the Inflation Reduction Act will lower prescription drug costs for Americans.
- On August 17, Secretary Haaland will be in Central California to meet with federal, state and local leaders, visit with farmers and water users, and hold a media availability to highlight Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act investments in drought resilience. Rep. Costa (D-CA) will join.
- Secretary Walsh will give remarks at a variety of Labor conferences in August, including ones in New Jersey, and Michigan, and Illinois. While there, he will highlight the millions of clean energy jobs that will be created with prevailing and registered apprenticeship requirements via the IRA’s clean energy tax credits.
“Every step of the way, Congressional Republicans sided with the special interests — pushing an extreme MAGA agenda that costs families,” the memo states.
On September 6, Biden will host event highlighting the Inflation Reduction Act.
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