U.S. Commerce Secretary: Chips Funding Delay Could Affect Ohio

Congress’ delay in passing federal legislation aimed at expanding U.S. semiconductor manufacturing is putting thousands of jobs at risk in Ohio and could limit Intel’s investment in the state, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says. She recently told reporters that “Ohio will face a very real risk of losing jobs and losing investment” if it takes until the end of the year to pass the bill.

The National Association of Manufacturers is running this campaign, urging manufacturers to weigh in with their federal representatives to advocate for timely passage of the chips funding bill. 5/4/2022