U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack head to Iowa this week. The duo from the Biden administration will join Representative Cindy Axne, an Iowa Democrat, for a series of events focused on trade. Specifically, they will promote the administration’s work to expand market access for U.S. farmers and help them bring their goods to customers worldwide. Ambassador Tai and Secretary Vilsack will also promote the recently passed Inflation Reduction Act, along with the CHIPS and Science Act, which they say will lower costs for Iowa families, reduce inflation, and help the United States maintain its global competitive edge. Because of the Inflation Reduction Act, the CHIPS and Science Act, and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Tai says, “the United States is in a stronger position to maintain our global competitive edge for years to come.” Meanwhile, Vilsack will also travel to Colorado this week for similar events promoting the Inflation Adjustment Act.