230 Economists Warn the US Government’s Proposed Inflation Reduction Act Will...

230 Economists Warn the US Government’s Proposed Inflation Reduction Act Will...

Last week, Democrats unveiled climate and health care legislation called the “Inflation Reduction Act,” and there’s a lot of debate over the name of the proposed public policy measures. After the legislation was revealed, 230 economists sent a letter to the country’s House and Senate leaders warning that the proposed policies will actually fuel inflation. The letter stresses that there is an urgent need to curb America’s inflationary pressures, ​​but further notes the “‘Inflation Reduction Act of 2022’ is a misleading....


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