A local lawmaker recently joined with domestic auto industry leaders for a roundtable discussion.
In his role as co-chair of the Congressional Auto Caucus, Republican U.S. Congressman Mike Kelly of Butler hosted a roundtable last week focusing on the availability of semiconductors.
Labor, manufacturing, and trade experts focused discussion on how Congressional efforts can help support the US auto industry by increasing domestic semiconductor production through the CHIPS for America Act.
This legislation has been incorporated into the United States Innovation and Competition Act which is currently being negotiated in both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.