Raimondo endorses passage of CHIPS Act

WASHINGTON – Prior to its adoption on Tuesday, the signed CHIPS Act received endorsement from U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina M. Raimondo, the former governor of Rhode Island, who said the legislation will help ease the country’s lagging computer chip manufacturing industry. The Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors, or CHIPS, Act, which President Joe Biden…

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  1. Big Deal. It would have passed without Gina’s endorsement. Typical Gina, taking credit for something for which she had very little to do. Cooler and Warmer. Go, Gina, Go. Please just go.