The Democrats’ reconciliation bill has both sides of the partisan divide citing study after study to argue for or against the deal. The bill, known as the Inflation Reduction Act, aims to curb climate change, improve health care, raise certain taxes, and cut the deficit.
The problem is sometimes opposite sides are making their cases using the same data.
It’s not the first time policymakers have cherry-picked data, but the back and forth has been on overdrive this week. The debate has created uncertainty around the deal’s impact as lawmakers prepare to begin voting on the 725-page bill in coming days.
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