U.S. President Joe Biden will unveil new regulations designed to tackle persistent inflation by requiring airline companies and internet-service providers to be more transparent about hidden fees, as the White House is battling rising costs threatening Democrats’ prospects in November elections.

A proposed rule requiring airlines to disclose more information about the fees they charge — such as those levied on passengers for canceling a trip or parents seeking to sit next to their children on a flight — will headline the package, which Biden will unveil at a meeting of the White House Competition Council on Monday.

Biden will also tout expected Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requirements for internet service providers to offer a clear breakdown of fees and other charges — similar to the nutrition label found on food purchased at grocery stores — to help consumers compare prices more easily.