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Phoenix, Arizona—Today, President Biden visited Arizona to tout the purported benefits of the Inflation Reduction Act and to designate more land as a national monument—creating more barriers to carbon-free domestic energy production.
Stephen Shadegg, state director for Americans for Prosperity-Arizona (AFP-AZ) issued the following statement during the President’s visit:
“As the President is celebrating his inflationary spending agenda and making it harder to produce safe and carbon-free nuclear energy, Arizonans are paying the price. Inflation is an invisible tax on government spending—everything from groceries to school supplies and household goods is more expensive because of ‘Bidenomics.’
“And by further restricting the mining of critical minerals like uranium, the President is making it that much harder to produce the cheap, carbon-free energy that would directly benefit his “green energy” agenda. Arizonans can’t afford this backwards economic and energy policy. What the Copper State needs is less redistributive ‘Bidenomics’ and more of an “all-of-the-above” approach to domestic energy—which must include nuclear power.”
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