It's not often that the 2nd in command of the United States of America makes a visit to the 716, but for the 2nd time this year, US Vice President Kamala Harris is on the way to Buffalo.

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Earlier this year President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 into law.

The law, otherwise known as H.R.5376, was designed to help everyday workers and families in the Unted States better control the costs of goods and services.

The law looks to expand Medicare benefits, lower energy bills and health care costs, create lots of new manufacturing jobs, and close some tax loopholes that are used by the wealthy.

In addition to these things, the law also makes quite a bit of financial resources available to homeowners who need to make repairs and upgrades to their homes.

About Vice President Harris' Visit

The Vice President is set to arrive in Buffalo on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, and will give a speech about the Inflation Reduction Act. Not much has been released about the VP's schedule when arrives at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport on Air Force 2.

The last time VP Harris was in Buffalo was during the aftermath of the tragic events of May 14th. During her last visit, she spent time with the families that were impacted by the act of domestic terror. She also spoke at the funeral of Ruth E. Whitfield, one of the victims of the shooting.

Will The Inflation Reduction Act Help?

There is a lot of speculation that the Inflation Reduction Act will do a lot to help those who have been negatively impacted by the rampant inflation that has been going on lately. While inflation has decreased over the last couple of months, prices still have not fallen back to pre-pandemic levels.

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