ICYMI: POTUS is Bringing Manufacturing Jobs Back to the U.S.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Manufacturing jobs are coming back to the U.S. thanks to President Biden’s leadership. From coast to coast, new factories are opening up to manufacture fiber-optic cable (part of President Biden’s efforts to expand affordable internet access), build car batteries for electric vehicles (boosted by investments in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law President Biden signed), and more. These new investments are bringing jobs and manufacturing back home to the U.S., helping to fuel our economy and lower costs for working families.

From the Inflation Reduction Act to the CHIPS Act to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, President Biden is building an economy that works for the middle class – not the ultra wealthy and big corporations. Meanwhile, the majority of Republicans in Congress voted against these critical bills to revitalize American manufacturing, create good-paying jobs, and lower costs for families. 

Read more stories from just this week about the manufacturing jobs being created under President Biden’s leadership:

WSJ: First Solar to Invest $1.2 Billion in U.S. Plants, Spurred by Climate Law
“The biggest U.S. solar-panel maker said it plans to spend as much as $1.2 billion to boost manufacturing capacity at home by around 75%—the latest in a surge of domestic clean-energy investments spurred by the recently passed climate and healthcare legislation.”

FOX Business: US manufacturing jobs return as AT&T, Corning launch Arizona plant
“The private sector is creating the first fiber-optic manufacturing facility in the western U.S. as the industry tries to keep up with record demand to expand broadband access and bring jobs back home.”

WSJ: Honda, LG Energy Plan $4.4 Billion EV Battery Factory in U.S.
“Over the past year, GM and LG Energy, as well as Stellantis NV and Samsung SDI Co., have said they plan to team up to build multibillion-dollar plants in the U.S. President Biden has pushed car companies to bring more battery manufacturing to North America.”

Axios: Corning building new factory in response to broadband internet boom
“Corning said Tuesday it will build a new manufacturing facility outside Phoenix in response to a spike in demand for fiber-optic cable as the U.S. government ramps up a $42.5 billion internet funding program.”