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New Ad in $10 Million Education Campaign: What’s in the Inflation Reduction Act ‘For You’

Sep 2, 2022

Contact: Emily Samsel,, 828-713-9647

Washington, D.C. – Today, the League of Conservation Voters, Climate Power, and Future Forward USA Action launched a new ad, “For You,” in their previously announced $10 million national campaign to educate people on the benefits of the just passed Inflation Reduction Act to their lives, especially how it lowers the costs of their energy bills and prescription drugs. 

WATCH: “For You”

The explainer-style ad engages people in learning the ways that this new legislation will reduce costs: “Out of pocket costs for drugs will be capped, for seniors, insulin will be just $35, families will save $2,400 on healthcare premiums, [and] energy costs [come] down an average of $1,800 a year for families.”

The new ad will run on TV nationwide, including during CBS’ 60 Minutes this Sunday, as well as on digital streaming platforms.

For more information on the $10 million Inflation Reduction Act education campaign and the groups involved, refer to the August 18 press release.

“For You”
News anchor: President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law this afternoon
VO: Okay, so what exactly does it mean for you?
Out of pocket costs for drugs will be capped
For seniors, insulin will be just $35
Families will save $2,400 on healthcare premiums
Energy costs down an average of $1,800 a year for families
And it’s paid for by making the biggest corporations pay what they owe
President Biden’s bill doesn’t fix everything
But it will save your family money

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