Federal Bill Would Help Florida Meet Infrastructure Needs, Maloof Says


Congress is considering legislation that would enable state and local governments issue private activity bonds with P3s. Al Maloof says that form of funding could open a flood of public works and civic projects. Read his opinion piece in the Daily Business Review.

Federal Bill Would Help Florida Meet Infrastructure Needs, Maloof Says


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