Biden has promised to sign the Toxic Exposure Bill as soon as it is practically possible to do so.
The signing of President Biden on the highly visible piece of legislation known as PACT has been delayed by two days as a result of concerns raised by Republicans.
The signing of the law had been scheduled to take place on Monday, but now it will take place on Wednesday, August 10 at the White House.
Even though President Biden has been isolated as a result of COVID-19, he was able to sign two pieces of legislation into law on Friday during a ceremony that took place outside and was socially detached.
The PACT Act is a plan that is being championed by veterans’ groups that would move responsibility for veterans’ health care and compensation from the states to the federal government. The idea is estimated to cost $278.5 billion.