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Infrastructure Emergency: 50,000 American Bridges Are "Structurally Deficient"

Last week, President Trump announced his proposal for a $1.5 trillion infrastructure program in his State of The Union address to the American people. He failed to mention that over the next decade, the federal government would provide very little money whatsoever for America’s crumbling bridges, rails, roads, and waterways.   In fact, Trump’s plan counts on state and local governments working in tandem with private investors to fork up the cash for projects.
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