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March 7, 2024

Why the US IRA is resilient to presidential change

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The US Inflation Reduction Act has become so ingrained in US states’ economies and economic projections that governors and other elected officials are finding it difficult to cast aspersions (Photo: Patrick Semansky/AP Photo)

Climate action could be rolled back or slowed but the Inflation Reduction Act will not be repealed, irrespective of the inevitable power shifts in Washington

In his 2024 State of the Union address on March 7, US President Joe Biden will do what presidents of both parties always do — tout what he considers to be his greatest accomplishments. Among them will certainly be his administration’s record on climate action.

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