Biden calls climate, health care law ‘one of the most important pieces of legislation in our history’

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Biden signed massive climate and health care legislation.

President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed into law Democrats’ landmark climate change and health care bills, which he called the “last piece” of his domestic agenda, as he aimed to align his party’s position with voters. To be extended in less than three months. The legislation, ahead of the midterm elections, includes the most significant federal investment in history to fight climate change — about $375 billion over the decade — and cut prescription drug costs for Medicare recipients by $2,000 a year. will be limited to It would also help an estimated 13 million Americans pay for health care insurance by expanding subsidies provided during the coronavirus pandemic.

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