House Passes Senate GOP Bill to Fast-Track New US Semiconductor Factories

A Republican senator’s bill designed to speed up official approvals for building new U.S. semiconductor factories that was approved in January by the Senate is now headed to President Joe Biden for signature after the House of Representatives approved the measure on July 29.
The House vote was 303–89 in favor of the unusually short, less than one page, and titleless bill (pdf) that was first introduced by Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.), with co-sponsors Sens. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Angus King (I-Maine). The “yea” votes in the House included 175 Republicans (29 didn’t vote) and 121 Democrats, with only 10 of the latter not voting. All 89 votes in opposition were cast by Democrats….

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