The Trump Administration has proposed to inject $200 billion federal seed money into the nation’s infrastructure as part of a $1.5 trillion total investment over the next 10 years. In what was characterized as strong support from the Administration, five Cabinet secretaries testified before the Senate Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee on Wednesday in an effort to get the policy right in developing a bipartisan plan to benefit both rural and urban areas.
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