Vice President Kamala Harris to travel to Atlanta to discuss plans to combat climate change
Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Atlanta on Wednesday as a part of her two-day trip to discuss the United States economy.
White House officials said the vice president would talk in Atlanta about the Biden Administration’s investments and plans to combat climate change.
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Vice President Harris will also visit St. Cloud, Minnesota, where she will discuss the Biden Administration’s investments in electric vehicles and explain the new jobs they have created for the area.
In addition to the vice president’s trip, on Tuesday, President Joe Biden will give the 2023 State of the Union Address in Washington, D.C., and discuss what he believes his Administration has achieved during his time in office.
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It is unclear where the vice president will speak in Atlanta and at what time.
The last time the vice president was in Atlanta, she traveled with President Joe Biden in Jan. 2022 to discuss voting rights.
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