August 12, 2022
Source: The News & Observer
North Carolina’s congressional delegation remained split Friday when the U.S. House voted to pass the final version of a major climate, tax and health care bill.
North Carolina’s eight Republicans, including the party’s nominee for Senate, Ted Budd, opposed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. But the state’s five Democrats helped push it through the House in a 220-207 vote. The bill now heads to President Joe Biden to sign into law, which is expected to happen quickly.
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