The Trump administration has introduced a bill that would let Americans charge their air conditioners for free.
The bill, sponsored by Republican Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas and Democrat Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, would let people use an online service called AirBuddy to pay for air conditioning and air conditioning upgrades.
The AirBuddys website allows users to check air conditioning and air condition upgrades, and to add up the costs of the upgrades.
It’s also a convenient way for people to make a quick cash donation.
The idea, according to the AirBusters, is that using AirBudys will free up the money Americans spend on air conditioning.
They say the idea is that people can use the money to help families out and pay for health care.
The Trump administration did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The legislation, called the Fair and Free Internet Air Conditioning Act, was introduced on Thursday by Roberts and Collins.
The bill has not yet been sent to a committee, so it will likely be sent to the full Senate.