President Joe Biden is set to visit Utah next week, marking his first visit to the Beehive State since he became president.

Biden is expected to talk about the impact of legislation like the Inflation Reduction Act, as well as recent efforts to combat climate change, according to The Associated Press. This coincides with record-breaking heat waves slamming states across the U.S., including in Utah. Salt Lake City hit a record 106 degrees on Saturday, beating previous high temperatures.

He will make the trip to Utah, Arizona and New Mexico from Aug. 7 to Aug. 10.

Other details of his tour are not yet available.

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Biden, the likely Democratic nominee for president in 2024, traveled to the Beehive State in 2018, after finishing his term as vice president, and in 2019 while campaigning as the front-running Democratic presidential candidate, as the Deseret News reported at the time. He also visited the state as vice president in 2016.

Meanwhile, First Lady Jill Biden visited Salt Lake City in 2021 to encourage Utahns to get vaccinated against COVID-19. 

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