Today, less than one week after President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal into law, Georgia’s six congressional Democrats helped pass President Biden’s Build Back Better Act in the U.S. House of Representatives, moving the bill one step closer to becoming law. The Build Back Better Act will cut costs for Georgia families, create jobs, and keep the economic recovery going — all without raising taxes one penny for middle-class Georgians.
“Today, President Biden and Georgia’s House Democrats delivered on a transformative and overwhelmingly popular package that will create millions of good-paying jobs, expand access to health care, lower costs, and cut taxes for millions of middle-class families across our state — all without raising taxes a single cent for middle-class Georgians,” Congresswoman Nikema Williams, Chair of the Democratic Party of Georgia, said. “Because of Democratic leadership, childhood poverty will be cut in half, housing costs will be reduced, America will take a huge step toward addressing the climate crisis, families will be able to afford child care and have universal access to high-quality pre-k, and small businesses will have the resources they need to get through this pandemic and thrive. While Georgia Republicans go to bat for corporations and the ultra-wealthy, Democrats are moving forward with the Build Back Better Act to help everyday Georgians get back on track, reward work not wealth, and build a fair economy that works for everyone.”
The Build Back Better Act will deliver for Georgia by:
November 29, 2021
November 24, 2021
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