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Trump’s Infrastructure Plan: Sell off the Infrastructure

No. Just no. The Trump administration is making a push to sell off federal assets as part of its infrastructure plan released Monday. Among the targets: Reagan National and Dulles International airports and two major parkways serving the Washington region, as well as power assets around the country, according to a copy of the proposal. […]
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