House Democrats Pass the Senate’s Inflation Reduction Act

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House Democrats passed the Inflation Reduction Act in a strictly party-line vote on Aug. 12, sending it to President Joe Biden’s desk for final approval.

The 220-207 vote came as little surprise, as Democrats have been outspoken in their support for the package while Republicans have come out strongly against the legislation. Four Republicans did not vote.

The bill was passed by the Senate on Aug. 7 using the reconciliation process, which rendered it immune to the filibuster.

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