US Senate passes climate change bill, Biden wins cut drug costs
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate on Sunday passed a $430 billion bill aimed at fighting climate change, lowering drug prices and raising some corporate taxes. in this year’s election. After a marathon, 27-hour weekend debate sessions and efforts to derail the Republican package, the Senate approved a bill known as the Inflation Reduction Act in a 51-50 partisan vote, with Vice President Kamala Harris tying the vote. rice field. The action will send the bill to the House for a vote, with plans to reconvene briefly on Friday, perhaps during the summer break.