Cutting Costs - Warnock for Georgia


Cutting Costs

Reverend Warnock is working hard to lower costs for hardworking Georgia families, including fighting to protect and grow Georgia jobs. People across Georgia are feeling the pressure of rising costs. That’s why he’s fighting to address supply chain issues, bring down prices, suspend the federal gas tax, and lower the cost of prescription drugs for hardworking families. 

Reverend Warnock understands people are hurting. That’s why he’s focused on legislation to bring down costs for hardworking Georgia families. Warnock’s bipartisan legislation to lower costs and address price gouging by shipping companies was signed into law, a huge win for consumers, small businesses, and farmers. It will lower costs, address supply chain issues, and hold international companies accountable.

Warnock is fighting to ease the pinch at the pump by suspending the federal gas tax and pushing the White House to take immediate action to bring down gas prices. He’s also fighting to address supply chain issues, bring prices down for hardworking families, and lower the cost of prescription drugs like insulin. 

Reverend Warnock fought to get the jobs and competition bill passed through the Senate with bipartisan support and signed into law. By investing in domestic manufacturing to produce semiconductors for everything from washers and dryers to cars, Reverend Warnock’s legislation will lower costs, protect and save Georgia jobs, and reduce reliance on foreign nations like China.

Reverend Warnock was a lead negotiator on the jobs and competition bill and secured the bill’s provision to increase semiconductor production—bipartisan legislation that will boost Georgia manufacturing jobs and spur scientific innovation in Georgia cities like Columbus and Augusta. Reverend Warnock also led the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act which includes Warnock’s proposals to lower prescription drug costs for seniors on Medicare and cap the cost of insulin at $35 per month for Georgians on Medicare. This is a win for Georgia and will finally allow Medicare to negotiate prescription drug prices, lowering costs while saving taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars while decreasing the federal deficit.