When it comes to infrastructure investment, the U.S. is currently living off the dividends from post-World War II and early 1950s investments. That legacy has brought tremendous wealth to the nation, but in order to continue that growth, investments need to be ahead with a forward-thinking view, a panel of stakeholders said at a Farm Foundation forum on rural infrastructure Tuesday morning.
“Far too often, we are focused on fixing the current system, such as filling potholes and
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