Infrastructure: When will Washington take action?


infrastructure; I-35W collapse in Minneapolis

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A recent article on Washington infighting over funding infrastructure describes the other half of the problem: the slow approval process. Everyone agrees that bridges, roads and tunnels need trillions of dollars of repairs and expansion. While political parties tussle over which projects receive funding, even those that have money allotted face long approval processes.

Is there a better to improve our infrastructure? Commentary in the Hill news website offers this point of view.

Infrastructure: When will Washington take action?

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