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Trump’s infrastructure plan: Small federal investment, more state and local control

Proposed $200 billion federal investment meant to be catalyst for additional local, private funds Infrastructure week has finally arrived. Today, President Trump released his long-awaited infrastructure plan, a key priority and core part of his stump speech that nonetheless took a back seat to health care and a tax bill during his first year in office. The newly introduced plan, which follows the broad contours of previously floated proposals, aims to levy federal incentives and investments to spur additional private and local funding, creating a $1.
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