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Why Trump’s infrastructure plan doesn’t pass the straight-face test

Bloomberg reports on President Trump’s infrastructure plan: The 53-page document details how Trump plans to stimulate at least $1.5 trillion in new investment, shorten project permitting time to two years, invest in rural projects and improve worker training. The newest elements of the proposal include expanding the use of tax-exempt debt, letting states add tolls on […]
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