Trump Calls for $1.5 Trillion for Infrastructure But Is Short on Specifics

ENR reports that in his first State of the Union address, President Trump has asked Congress to produce new infrastructure legislation to provide “at least $1.5 trillion” in total investment plus a cut in federal project permitting time to two years or less. However, his remarks were short on specifics and wanting in key areas, including where the federal share would come from. Read more>

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