Yesterday, the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and the Office of Public Engagement hosted nearly 40 state and local elected officials and community leaders from across Michigan in a “Communities in Action: Building a Better Michigan” event. During the half-day forum, participants heard from Vice President Kamala Harris, Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, and Biden-Harris Administration officials – including Senior Advisor to the President for Public Engagement Keisha Lance Bottoms, White House Infrastructure Coordinator Mitch Landrieu, White House American Rescue Plan Coordinator Gene Sperling, Senior Advisor for CHIPS Implementation Ronnie Chatterji, White House National Climate Advisor Ali Zaidi, and Deputy Director for Intergovernmental Affairs Gabe Amo – about the benefits and impact of President Biden’s American Rescue Plan, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Inflation Reduction Act, and the CHIPS and Science Act for working families in Michigan. White House officials discussed how the Biden-Harris Administration will continue to work together with states and local governments, labor leaders, businesses, non-profits, and health care leaders to leverage these historic investments to create and expand opportunities for working families. This was the fifth in a series of “Communities in Action” events that the White House will host with state, local and Tribal leaders to demonstrate how the Biden-Harris Administration is delivering results for the American people.


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