House passes sweeping climate, health care bill

Aug 13, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

59% : That climate investment includes subsidies for people buying electric vehicles and green energy resources for their homes such as solar panels or heat pumps.
57% : An estimated $369 billion will go to green energy and climate provisions over the next decade, an investment Democrats say will put the U.S. on track to reduce the country's carbon emissions by 40% by 2030, compared to 2005 levels.
53% : Returning from August recess for one day, House Democrats passed a massive climate, health care and tax bill Friday that aims to deliver on long-touted campaign promises to reduce drug prices and combat climate change at the federal level while raising taxes on wealthy corporations.
53% : It also includes a policy long fought for by Democrats that would extend Affordable Care Act subsidies for people purchasing their own insurance until 2025, preventing insurance premiums from rising.
50% : In order to get Manchin on board with the legislation, Democrats cut out provisions from what was once the $2 trillion Build Back Better Act, particularly policies aimed at reducing child poverty and expanding the social safety net.
26% : Representative Kevin Brady, a Republican from Texas, called the bill a "hoax on the American people.""If the Green New Deal and corporate welfare had a baby, it would look like this," Brady said on the House floor Friday.

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