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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, Building Back Together Interim Executive Director Mayra Macías released the following statement marking the one-year anniversary of President Biden signing the Inflation Reduction Act into law.

“Just one year after President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law, this historic legislation is already making a massive impact for families all across the country. From allowing Medicare to negotiate the costs of prescription medications, to investing in U.S. energy manufacturing, this historic legislation is already lowering day-to-day costs and providing middle-class families with much-needed relief. 

Yet despite the Inflation Reduction Act’s major investments in local economies and our families, every single Republican in Congress voted against it. Worse? Many Congressional Republicans are taking credit for the benefits of the law — while simultaneously supporting plans to repeal the legislation. 

While MAGA Republicans may support repealing major investments in American energy security and lower costs for prescription drugs for families, President Biden — and the American people — overwhelmingly support the Inflation Reduction Act. 

This legislation is a beacon of hope for American families, providing greater opportunities and easing financial burdens, and is a testament to President Biden’s unwavering dedication to serving the needs and priorities of working people. Building Back Together is proud to celebrate this historic milestone — one only made possible by President Biden and the heroic efforts of advocates, activists, and Democrats in Congress.”

Over the past year, the Inflation Reduction Act has made a major impact on communities. Here’s a sampling of what Americans have been reading about the Inflation Reduction Act in local media over the past year — in all 50 states:

[Alabama] CNBC: First Solar selects Alabama for new factory as Inflation Reduction Act prompts domestic manufacturing boom

First Solar will spend around $1.1 billion on the facility in North Alabama’s Lawrence County. The company announced plans for a new facility in August, but hadn’t yet disclosed the location. First Solar CEO Mark Widmar previously told CNBC that the Inflation Reduction Act was the key catalyst that led First Solar to choose the U.S. for its latest factory.

[Alaska] Native News Weekly: Interior Department Invests $16 Million Co-Stewardship and Salmon Conservation in the Arctic, Kuskokwim and Norton Sound Region

The Department of the Interior announced on Friday it is investing more than $16 million over the next four years from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to enhance the resilience of ecosystems and salmon in Alaska’s Yukon, Kuskokwim and Norton Sound region through co-stewardship with Alaska Native Tribes… The funding advances the Department’s new Gravel to Gravel initiative, a mountains to the sea restoration approach, unveiled as part of a restoration and resilience framework last month that will guide $2 billion in investments from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act to restore lands and waters and advance climate resilience.

[Arizona] NY Times: LG Will Spend $5.5 Billion on a Battery Factory in Arizona. 

A South Korean battery manufacturer said it would quadruple its planned investment in a new factory in Arizona to meet growing demand from automakers who are trying to ramp up production of electric cars and trucks. The company, LG Energy Solution, said it would invest $5.5 billion to build the manufacturing complex near Phoenix, where it plans to make batteries for electric vehicles in 2025 and for energy storage systems the following year. LG said its decision was driven in part by the Inflation Reduction Act, which became law in August and included federal incentives for the sale and production of electric vehicles and batteries in the United States.

[Arkansas] Arkansas Times: Inflation Reduction Act to bring $1.5 billion in clean energy investments to state

The Inflation Reduction Act, the historic measure to fight climate change signed into law earlier this month by President Biden, is projected to invest $1.5 billion in clean power generation and storage to Arkansas over the next eight years. The bill — which provides tax credits for solar power and other incentives — is being lauded as good both for the state’s environment and economy.

[California] The Center Square California: Inflation Reduction Act funds $161 million in landscape restoration

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), which manages over 245 million acres of public land located largely in 12 western states, announced that it will spend $161 million for ecosystem restoration. The bureau has already leveraged $40 million in funding it received from the Inflation Reduction Act, for restoration activities.

[Colorado] Electrek: Meyer Burger Abandons German Solar Cell Factory Plans To Build A US Factory Instead

The Swiss solar maker is diverting production equipment from Germany to the US to build a new solar cell factory in Colorado instead. The Biden administration’s Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has struck yet again. … The company says it’s prioritizing the US over Germany because of ‘a tax credit under the Inflation Reduction Act and related measures, as well as support from the State of Colorado and the City of Colorado Springs.’

[Connecticut] Hartford Business: $739B U.S. Inflation Reduction Act sweetens green tech in apartment developments and houses

Afuel cell beside the apartment tower at 777 Main St. in downtown Hartford and solar panels on the roof 26 stories above provide about two-thirds of the 285-unit building’s power needs, saving its owner about $750,000 yearly… Now, with the passage of the $739 billion U.S. Inflation Reduction Act in August, Becker said he is strongly contemplating installing even more green technology into his award-winning building.

[Delaware] The Center Square Delaware: Delaware to receive federal funding to improve air quality

U.S. Sens. Tom Carper, Chris Coons and Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, all Democrats, announced the state will receive $853,180 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that will be used to enhance air quality monitoring throughout the state. Funding for the project, according to the release, stems from the Inflation Reduction Act and the American Rescue Plan Act.

[Florida] Jacksonville Business Journal: Solar Panel Manufacturer Eyes Massive Expansion, Creating Hundreds Of Jobs

A solar panel manufacturer that employs 250 people in Jacksonville after opening its doors here less than four years ago is eying a massive expansion of its facility – investing millions of dollars and creating hundreds of more jobs. JinkoSolar is looking to invest more than $52 million in renovations and expansion of its plant located at Cecil Commerce Center, one of two dozen facilities it has around the world. Once the project is completed, the facility would almost double its workforce, to more than 500 workers.

[Georgia] WJCL: Clean energy bringing jobs to Savannah 

The Inflation Reduction Act is just a year old, however, it has created nearly 170,000 jobs. These jobs have helped the economy while also helping the environment. Georgia currently has the second most energy projects in the nation at 22 total. Most of these jobs are plants to create energy efficient cars, batteries and solar manufacturing equipment. Experts hope that these jobs are starting the process of creating a safe and healthier future for the nation.

[Hawaii] Hawaii News Now: ‘National treasure’: Biden administration commits $16M to Hawaiian bird conservation efforts

The Biden-Harris Administration has committed nearly $16 million to prevent the imminent extinction of Hawaiian Forest Birds as part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda. The funding will support a new Hawaiian Forest Bird Conservation Keystone Initiative, which was unveiled as part of the Department’s Restoration and Resilience Framework. The Framework is guiding $2 billion in investments from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act to restore lands and waters and advance climate resilience.

[Idaho] KTVB: Eastern Idaho nuclear lab gets $150M to upgrade infrastructure

The Idaho National Laboratory in the eastern part of the state will receive $150 million for infrastructure improvements to boost nuclear research and development, the U.S. Department of Energy announced Tuesday. The department said the money is part of President Joe Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act that includes some $375 billion over a decade to fight climate change.

[Illinois] KFVS 12: Company plans to invest $54M with new manufacturing facility in Mt. Vernon; create more than 60 jobs

Governor JB Pritzker, Manner Polymers and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity joined local leaders and partners to announce Manner Polymer’s new facility. According to a release from the governor’s office, the new facility will manufacture a variety of PVC compounds, including automotive PVC compounds for use in electric vehicles and components for solar panels. They say the facility will be powered by a 15-acre solar field located on site.

[Indiana] Detroit Free Press: GM’s $45M Investment In Indiana Plant Is Critical Move In EV Future.

General Motors is putting $45 million into expanding its aluminum die casting foundry in Bedford, Indiana, to feed two metro Detroit assembly plants that will produce electric vehicles that are crucial to the automaker’s future. The investment at Bedford, while a small number by comparison with past investments at other GM facilities that have run into the billions, is a critical stake in the automaker’s move to go to zero emissions by 2035.

[Iowa] KIMT: Hy-Vee offering lower-price insulin, free shingles vaccine to those with Medicare Part D

All Hy-Vee Pharmacy locations are now offering reduced-cost monthly insulin supplies and free Shingrix vaccines to all Medicare Part D beneficiaries. The grocery store chain says thanks to the federal Inflation Reduction Act, Medicare Part D beneficiaries who take insulin will see their out-of-pocket costs capped at $35 for a month’s supply of each covered formulary insulin product. A deductible will also not be applied to covered insulin products.

[Kansas] Fox4: Insulin cap will help Overland Park woman save hundreds each month

A financial burden is lifted. Some Medicare recipients are now paying less for insulin thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act, which passed last year. The cost is saving people hundreds of dollars, including Julie Cogley from Overland Park. “It’s a life-changer for me,” she said… when the Inflation Reduction Act took effect for Part D Medicare recipients January 1. Medicare Part B enrollees will also be able to get insulin for $35 starting July 1. “I literally cried the day that I heard that announcement because I just thought, ‘Oh, thank God. That’s one less thing I have to worry about on a regular basis,” Cogley said.

[Kentucky] WKYUFM: EV-Related Company Plans $500 Million Facility In Hopkinsville, Kentucky

Yet another manufacturing facility related to electric vehicles has announced an investment in Kentucky. This time, Microvast Advanced Membranes says it will bring 562 full time jobs and build a $500 million facility at a site in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. The company manufactures synthetic materials used in the design of batteries for electric vehicles.

[Louisiana] KALB: Ucore Invests $75M To Establish Rare Earth Metals Manufacturing Facility In Alexandria

Ucore North America, a subsidiary of Ucore Rare Metals Inc., announced it is investing $75 million to establish North America’s first modern technology rare earth element separation and purification facility in Rapides Parish. The Louisiana Strategic Metals Complex will establish a U.S.-based supply chain of rare earth oxides required to manufacture electric vehicle motors, wind turbine generators and a variety of consumer goods including smart phones and power tools. The company expects to create 100 new direct jobs with an average annual salary of more than $50,000. Louisiana Economic Development estimates the project will result in 298 additional new indirect jobs, for a total of 398 new jobs in the Central Region.

[Maine] Fox22 Bangor: NOAA grants $3.5 million towards marine debris research

A federal agency has granted $3.5 million to the University of Maine and other research partners to address the issue of marine debris…  Thanks to historic funding in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act, science and education-focused projects like the ones the University of Maine and partners will undertake to prevent pollution on the local level and clean-up debris in the Gulf of Maine.”

[Maryland] WMDT: Advocates tout savings ahead of one year anniversary of Inflation Reduction Act

President Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act is coming up on one year on the books and advocates say it’s been taking a big dent out of expenses for Marylanders… “50,000 Marylanders have felt the drop in cost for insulin, many more will feel as of Jan 2025 there will be 2,000 cap on out of pocket cap that will be great for Medicaid and we are all feeling the impact of increased jobs and opportunity in the energy field and the health care field,” Demarco said.

[Massachusetts] The Berkshire Eagle: How can Berkshire residents and towns take advantage of the Inflation Reduction Act? These experts offer some advice

The new law offers tax credits and rebates for making a home more energy efficient, including upgrades to windows, heat pumps and insulation. Chretien said some of the money from the Inflation Reduction Act will buttress state agencies in such energy efficiency efforts as Mass Save.

[Michigan] Crains Detroit: Borgwarner To Invest $20.6 Million, Create 186 Jobs In Metro Detroit. 

Auburn Hills-based BorgWarner Inc. plans to invest $20.6 million and add 186 jobs in metro Detroit as the automotive supplier accelerates its electric vehicle business. BorgWarner is looking to set up new EV labs, scale up manufacturing of its DC fast chargers and increase output of battery packs, according to a briefing memo from the Michigan Economic Development Corp., whose Michigan Strategic Fund board on Tuesday approved a $1.86 million performance-based grant for the project.

[Minnesota] KSTP: Cummins picks Fridley for 1st US electrolyzer production plant. 

Expanding Cummins’ electrolyzer manufacturing footprint to the United States is a milestone not only for our company but an important step in advancing global decarbonization efforts,” Alexey Ustinov, the vice president of electrolyzers at Cummins, said. ‘This is a reflection of increasing government support through the Inflation Reduction Act, Hydrogen Hubs and a blossoming hydrogen economy in the states.

[Mississippi] Fast Company: Mississippi is charging up for the future of the automotive industry

Nissan Canton is reshaping its Mississippi operations with innovative EV manufacturing technology to support the production of two all-new, all-electric vehicles for the Nissan and Infiniti brands. This massive economic development project includes the retraining, or upskilling, of 2,000 of the plant’s approximately 5,000 workers so they will be well prepared for the jobs of the future.

[Missouri] Ladue News: What the Inflation Reduction Act is expected to do for Missourians

On Aug. 16, President Joe Biden signed into law the Inflation Reduction Act – considered the most significant piece of climate and social policy legislation in his tenure to date… “The overall effect of the law and benefit for residents of St. Louis County and all Missourians should be visible in lower energy costs with the build-out of a clean energy and clean manufacturing economy,” La Brier says.

[Montana] Montana Standard: How the Inflation Reduction Act impacts agriculture in Montana

Agriculture conservation programs popular among Montanans will see unprecedented new funding over the next 10 years, following the passage of the roughly $770 billion Inflation Reduction Act last week… The USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) will receive nearly $20 billion to bulk up agriculture conservation programs that help Montanans bolster soil health, water quality, and other natural resources on their land.

[Nebraska] News Channel Nebraska: AARP Nebraska educating members about vaccine, insulin benefits from Inflation Reduction Act

AARP Nebraska Director Todd Stubbendieck said his office is educating its members about what he believes are significant benefits of the Inflation Reduction Act. Stubbendieck said the legislation caps insulin at $35 per month for anyone on Medicare, while also allowing those on Medicare Part D to get any doctor-recommended vaccine for free. “The [vaccine] that comes to mind right away is shingles,” Stubbendieck said.

[Nevada] Nevada: LETTER: The Inflation Reduction Act is already working wonders for Nevada

The Inflation Reduction Act is creating jobs and saving Americans money. In Nevada alone, the legislation has already led to an investment of $4 billion and the creation of more than 10,000 good-paying jobs. In the next 10 years, 40,000 new clean energy jobs are projected to be added in the state. According to a recent poll, more than 70 percent of Nevadans feel favorably toward policies that create good-paying jobs and expand job training in the clean energy industry.

[New Hampshire] Monadnock Ledger-Transcript: Monadnock Perspectives: Inflation Reduction Act provides benefits for residents

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was signed into law by President Joe Biden in August of 2022. It’s the largest climate bill ever passed in the U.S., and is meant to advance decarbonization and promote economic growth in the country with a focus on energy. So, what does it mean for New Hampshire? According to Nora Hanke, program manager for the Monadnock Sustainability Hub, “The IRA has been described as ‘a bank account for home and personal transport electrification.’”

[New Jersey] Here’s how much N.J. Medicare recipients will save under new $35 price cap for insulin

Medicare recipients won’t have to pay more than $35 a month for insulin, and that should save nearly 40,000 New Jersey residents an average of $511 a year, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said Tuesday. Had the new benefit been in effect in 2020, that would have saved 39,641 New Jersey recipients $20.2 million, the agency said as officials touted the provision, which was part of last year’s climate change and health care law that passed Congress without Republican support and was signed by President Joe Biden.

[New Mexico] Electrek: A new factory in New Mexico will build $750M of wind turbine towers

Dallas-based infrastructure manufacturer Arcosa said today that it’s received $750 million worth of wind turbine tower orders, so it’s building a new factory where it can make them… Antonio Carrillo, Arcosa’s president and CEO, said: The outlook for our wind business remains favorable, reflecting rising demand for access to clean energy. Since the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, we have received wind tower orders in excess of $1.1 billion.

[New York] Times Union: GE Hiring 200 For New $50 Million Turbine Line In Schenectady

In a turnaround boosted by state and federal incentives for green energy, General Electric on Tuesday said they planned to hire 200 people to work at a new $50 million onshore wind turbine assembly line at the company’s downtown plant.” … “GE CEO Scott Strazik credited the Biden Administration and the Inflation Reduction Act for providing the certainty the company sought in building the new assembly line. ‘We applaud the administration for the recent domestic content guidance, which gives us the certainty to move forward on this exciting project and look forward to supporting additional guidance,’ Strazik said in a prepared statement.

[North Carolina] WCNC: Hundreds Of New Jobs Coming On The Way After EV Company Chooses Charlotte For New Facility

More than 300 new jobs are coming to Charlotte after alpitronic America, Inc., a leading manufacturer of electric vehicle charging units, announced it has selected the Queen City for a new facility. The electric vehicle company is expected to invest $9.3 million in a facility off of Westpark Drive. In addition to its headquarters, the company will operate a technology, test, and repair center to service its EV charging stations, a news release said.

[North Dakota] KFYR: $23 million to go to Prairie Pothole Region in ND and other states

This week the Department of the Interior announced an investment from the Inflation Reduction Act will go towards wildlife areas. $23 million of the funding will go to landscape conservation and restoration in the Prairie Pothole Region, including North Dakota, Montana, South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa.

[Ohio] ABC 5 Cleveland: Inflation Reduction Act to lower costs of prescription drugs for those on Medicare

Through the Inflation Reduction Act, those on Medicare are eligible for the following: Federal government will negotiate the costs of drugs; The price of insulin is no more than $35; Free vaccines; A cap on out-of-pocket spending; Rebates if prices rise too fast; Some provisions have already gone into effect, while others are still to come. As for Penland, she wants her health to come before the dollar signs.

[Oklahoma] Reuters: Italy’s Enel to invest more than $1 billion in an Oklahoma solar panel factory

Italy’s Enel said on Monday it will invest more than $1 billion in a solar cell and panel factory in Oklahoma, seeking to capitalize on the U.S. push to build a homegrown clean energy manufacturing sector to compete with China… The investment is one of the biggest in solar manufacturing since the passage of U.S. President Joe Biden’s landmark climate change law, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), last year.

[Oregon] KATU: Bureau of Land Management investing $10M in restoration efforts in SW, SE Oregon

The Bureau of Land Management will invest $10 million from the Inflation Reduction Act to increase fire resiliency and protect native vegetation on public lands in Southeast and Southwest Oregon… In Southwest Oregon, restoration efforts will build wildland-urban interface forest resilience, focusing on the threatened Oregon Coast coho salmon.

[Pennsylvania] WESA: In Pennsylvania, heat pumps could be a climate change solution

This little-known technology could help reduce one of the largest sources of greenhouse gases in America: home heating. Because they run on electricity, it’s possible to operate heat pumps on zero-carbon sources, like wind, solar and nuclear… The Biden administration is trying to make heat pumps more affordable through tax breaks. The Inflation Reduction Act, passed last year, includes extra incentives for low-income households to get heat pumps and other energy efficiency upgrades.

[Rhode Island] WJAR: Federal Inflation Reduction Act leads to energy credits and rebates

Starting this year, as part of the Inflation Reduction Act, you can get hundreds if not thousands of dollars in tax credits and rebates on everything from solar panels, water heaters, thermostats, insulation, appliances, and even electric vehicles, to name a few… Even if you’re not a homeowner or are on Section 9, property owners and neighborhood groups are eligible to partake in structural energy efficiency provisions that will lower gas and electric bills for renters in the long run.

[South Carolina] WLTX: $65.9M Investment, 300 New Jobs Coming To Sumter County. 

Sumter County will be getting 300 new jobs and helping the nation go green in the process after it was announced that SEM Wafertech Inc and Solar4America Technology are establishing their first operations facility in South Carolina. SEM Wafertech Inc and Solar4America Technology are owned by SPI Energy Co., LTD., a global renewable energy source and the Sumter County location — at 1150 Clipper Road, near the Privateer and Lakewood communities — will help meet the demand for solar power across the United States.

[South Dakota] Dakota News Now: Insulin price cap helps South Dakotans

On Wednesday, drug-maker Eli Lilly announced that it will be capping the out-of-pocket price of insulin at $35 per month. The decision to cap the price of insulin puts Eli Lilly in compliance of a provision in the Inflation Reduction Act, but does so for all, not just seniors with Medicare, as the legislation states… Grabow is hopeful that the industry is trending in the right direction. “That would be really nice to bring insulin down because insulin itself is not expensive, but the reason it’s so expensive is the companies that make it, they own the rights to the pens they use and that’s why it shoots up so much,” explained Grabow.

[Tennessee] Memphis Business Journal: Brownsville Scores $152M, 190-Job Plant To Supply Critical EV Battery Component

The City of Brownsville is set to be home to a leading manufacturing facility that will develop electrolytes that are a key component in electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing. Enchem America plans to spend $152.5 million to open a plant in Brownsville at the I-40 Advantage Industrial Park. The project is expected to bring 190 jobs to Haywood County.

[Texas] NBCDFW: Solar plant coming to Mesquite could churn out 20,000 panels daily, bring 1,500 jobs

Canadian Solar plans to build a manufacturing plant in Mesquite this year that is expected to create 1,500 new jobs and produce up to 20,000 state-of-the-art solar photovoltaic panels per day. The manufacturing facility is part of a $250 million investment by the Ontario-based company and is their first such facility in the United States… U.S. Rep. Colin Allred (D-TX, District 32) said the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act was instrumental in landing the facility in North Texas.

[Utah] KSL: Utah set to receive millions of dollars of federal funding to combat wildfires

Over a hundred million dollars is planned to reduce the wildfire danger across Utah, thanks to federal funding focusing on specific areas to keep communities safer… It comes as part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act and is expected to create hundreds of new jobs to get the work done. In total, there are close to $500 million for 11 landscapes across the western US.

[Vermont] WCAX: EPA and state leaders announce new Solar For All Program

Vermont’s congressional delegation hosted EPA leaders to announce a new solar initiative in Waterbury Wednesday… It costs around $18,000, on average, to install a home solar system. But EPA officials say a new $7 billion dollar grant competition will help states install solar in Vermonters’ homes that can’t afford that price point… The program began as part of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.

[Virginia] Richmond Times-Dispatch: ABB Makes $6 Million Investment In Mechanicsville Amid Electric Industry Growth

A major player in the electrification space recently opened a new manufacturing facility in Mechanicsville as part of a major nationwide expansion into a growing area of the overall economy. Swedish-Swiss multinational corporation ABB invested $6 million into a new 65,000-square-foot manufacturing, testing and repair facility to grow its Motion Traction business…ABB cited the Biden administration’s Inflation Reduction Act as a catalyst for more investment in U.S. clean energy for power generation, manufacturing, electric transportation and industrial efficiency.

[Washington] MyNorthwest: $60 million in environmental awards headed to WA state

Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) announced almost $60 million in grant funding for 14 conservation projects across the state. The grants are from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate-Ready Coasts initiative. “This investment will help make progress on salmon recovery, eelgrass beds restoration, and removal of invasive European green crabs, and help communities and Tribes adapt to the impacts of climate change,” said Cantwell… The monies were secured through the Biden-Harris Infrastructure Law (BIL) and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).

[West Virginia] WV News: West Virginia, Company Leaders Break Ground On BHE Renewables $500 Million Complex In Jackson County.

West Virginia state leaders joined the top executives of three companies Saturday to break ground on a project to build the future of American manufacturing on a foundation of clean energy. A groundbreaking event was held on more than 2,000 acres of land in Jackson County, West Virginia. BHE Renewables, a Berkshire Hathaway Energy business, is developing the property into a first-of-its-kind solar energy microgrid-powered industrial site.

[Wisconsin] Madison 365: UW study suggests Inflation Reduction Act’s $35 out-of-pocket costs for insulin led to a significant increase in prescription fills

A new study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and the University of Southern California Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics found that the $35 cap on monthly out-of-pocket costs of insulin for Medicare beneficiaries has led to a significant increase of insulin prescription fills, especially for Black and Latino patients.

[Wyoming] Wyoming News Service: BLM to invest $20 million in Wyoming public lands restoration

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is investing $161 million dollars to restore public lands in Wyoming and 10 other western states… The agency will direct $20 million Inflation Reduction Act dollars toward projects in Wyoming to improve watersheds, make landscapes more resilient to wildfire and drought, restore fish and wildlife habitat, and create more opportunities for recreation.