August 11, 2022
Source: The Daily Record
With the Inflation Reduction Act expected to pass in the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday, Maryland Democrats are touting the impact that the legislation, including the billions and billions of dollars of competitive funds that are up for grabs, could have on the state.
At a Thursday news conference in Baltimore, Del. Brooke Lierman, D-Baltimore, the Democratic nominee for comptroller, lauded the passage of the bill, stressing that it is now the state’s job to ensure it takes advantage of the grants that make up a significant portion of the 755-page bill.