U.S. Senators Sherrod Brown and Mark Kelly led a bipartisan group of lawmakers in urging leaders of the Senate and House Armed Services Committees to preserve language from the Building Chips in America Act in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The bill aims to prevent delays in microchip manufacturing projects like Intel's investment in Central Ohio. The lawmakers highlighted the importance of the CHIPS program for national security, economic growth, and technological leadership. They urged Senate and House leaders to maintain the Senate-passed CHIPS and Science Act in the final version of the NDAA.
Frequently Asked Questions
Senator Sherrod Brown's Inclusion of Bill to Prevent Delays in Intel Project
Q: What is Senator Sherrod Brown urging for?
A: Senator Sherrod Brown is urging the inclusion of a bill to prevent delays in the Intel Project.
Q: What is the purpose of this bill?
A: The purpose of this bill is to ensure the project stays on schedule and may address issues such as air monitoring, water testing, and cleanup services.
Q: Where can I find more information?
A: For more detailed information or specific FAQs regarding Senator Brown's bill, it is recommended to visit his official website at https://www.brown.senate.gov/ or contact his office directly.