U.S. President Joe Biden and his party finally scored the win they’ve been waiting for heading into the November congressional elections. But it’s uncertain it will be enough to save them from the nation’s sour mood over inflation.

The tax and climate bill passed by the Senate on Sunday was a shadow of the $10 trillion plan progressives sought more than a year ago.

Nonetheless, it represents a cornerstone achievement of the president’s first term, even if the White House stayed on the sidelines as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and two moderate Democrats, Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema, shaped its final form.