Inflation Reduction Act could help Central Florida coastal communities prepare for storms

The U.S. Senate’s Inflation Reduction Act passed over the weekend contains several climate provisions that could help some Central Florida coastal communities.

The $750 billion package was passed on Sunday in Washington, and those who voted in favor of it touted its promise to create new jobs.

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Part of the plan addressed what some call the biggest commitment to battling climate change.

Building resilience

According to the bill voted

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