CLAIM: “In fact, I signed over 300 bipartisan laws since becoming President,” Biden said.
VerdictMost of the time, it is true. These bills often have a less consequential impact than spending bills and other bills.
Joe Biden highlighted many of the bipartisan arrangements Republicans and Democrats have made during Tuesday’s State of the Union speech. He called for increased bipartisanship, now that Republicans control the House.
The so-called Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act was passed by him. It is a bill that will increase semiconductor production in the country and aid veterans who are exposed to toxic burning pits.
According to Congress.gov, 365 bills became law during Biden’s first two years in office. But, Congress passes smaller bills than those for infrastructure and semiconductors. Congress is known for passing legislation changing the name of all post offices in the United States. The Congress has passed 64 bills in the past term to alter the name of postal offices.
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