Democrats have decided to gamble the 2022 midterms on the Inflation Reduction Act.

The bill will introduce caps on some healthcare items and provide tax credits for green energy.

It will also add 87,000 agents to the Internal Revenue Service, including some armed agents, according to recent reports.

The bill passed on a party-line vote in both the House and Senate.

With no Republican support, it would face a significant chance of being repealed if Republicans were to win the House back in 2022.

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The House holds the string to the purse, meaning that Republicans could pull funding for the bill in proposed budgets.

Today, House Democrat whip James Clyburn echoed fears that the bill would be repealed if Republicans retake control of Congress, saying that they would “cut this bill off before it ever gets started”

Just The News Reports

South Carolina Rep. James Clyburn, the House Democrat Whip, said that the $740 billion bill called the Inflation Reduction Act that passed the House on Friday evening will be a major issue in this fall’s midterm elections.

The bill passed on a party line 220-206 vote

In fact, the Democrat said that what happens in those elections will be a mandate on the future of the bill, which will add 87,000 agents to the Internal Revenue Service, install price requirements for some health care and tax credits for green energy.

“In November, it could very well be that you elect a group that will cut this bill off before it ever gets started,” Clyburn said Friday morning. “So the question is very clear: Do you want to see this legislation put in place in 2023 or do you want to see it repealed come 2023? Just that simple.”

The bill will head to President Joe Biden, who currently in vacationing in South Carolina, for his signature next week.

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