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CAP Leads Letter to Treasury on Puerto Rico’s Eligibility for Critical Inflation Reduction Act Investments
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CAP Leads Letter to Treasury on Puerto Rico’s Eligibility for Critical Inflation Reduction Act Investments

The Center for American Progress submitted a letter to the Department of Treasury requesting guidance on Puerto Rico’s eligibility for investments in the Inflation Reduction Act.

On March 1, the Center for American Progress, along with more than 20 environmental, Hispanic/Latino, and Puerto Rico advocacy organizations, sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Treasury regarding Puerto Rico’s eligibility for investments in the Inflation Reduction Act due to its status as an unincorporated territory. The letter requests that the Treasury expeditiously issue clear eligibility guidance that will allow Puerto Rico to benefit fully from the Inflation Reduction Act and its promise of savings, jobs, and a clean energy future.

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Frances Colón

Senior Director, International Climate Policy

Rachel Chang

Policy Analyst, Domestic Climate

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