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Republicans warm to $52B computer chip bill

Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, listens on Capitol Hill in Washington, March 23. Key Republicans are warming up to passing a bill that provides roughly $52 billion in incentives for the semiconductor industry. (AP Photo: Alex Brandon)
Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, listens on Capitol Hill in Washington, March 23. Key Republicans are warming up to passing a bill that provides roughly $52 billion in incentives for the semiconductor industry. (AP Photo: Alex Brandon)

Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, listens on Capitol Hill in Washington, March 23. Key Republicans are warming up to passing a bill that provides roughly $52 billion in incentives for the semiconductor industry. (AP Photo: Alex Brandon)

July 19, 2022
2:51 pm

Key Republicans are warming up to passing a bill that provides roughly $52 billion in incentives for the semiconductor industry now that Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia has quashed the idea of imposing higher taxes on the rich and corporations as part of a separate Democratic-only effort.


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