What the CHIPS Act means for your gadgets and U.S. tech manufacturing

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The bill to boost semiconductor production in the United States has been a top priority of the Biden administration. Patrick Semansky/AP

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If you take stock of all the high-tech gadgets around you right now, including the device you’re currently using to read this article, you’ll find that they all need semiconductor chips to function.

And most of these chips are not made in the U.S.

The Biden administration wants to change that, with the president signing the CHIPS and Science Act into

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