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.
According to the bill voted
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