Senate Democrats released a $1 trillion infrastructure plan Wednesday framed as a way to give Republican "tax giveaways" for the wealthy back to the American people. While the plan is unlikely to be embraced by President Trump or gain...Show More Summary
Last month the Trump administration unveiled its infrastructure proposal. Trump’s alma mater, the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, analyzed the plan: Key Points President Trump recently released his updated infrastructure plan along with the Fiscal Year 2019 Budget. Show More Summary
Last month the Trump administration unveiled its infrastructure plan: President Trump’s long-awaited plan for overhauling the nation’s crumbling infrastructure includes spending $200 billion in federal money over the next decade to spur an additional $1.3 trillion in spending from cities, states and private companies on major projects, White House officials...
Less than a month after the White House unveiled Trump's infrastructure plan, it appears to be dead.
Let’s risk the collapse of the East Coast’s transportation infrastructure out of spite! President Trump is pushing congressional Republicans not to fund a crucial infrastructure project — a long-delayed plan to build a new rail tunnel between Manhattan and New Jersey — setting up a confrontation that could complicate passage of a massive government spending […]
Randal O'Toole For the past decade or so, Americans have been inundated with propaganda about our crumbling infrastructure. According to this narrative, our roads and bridges are falling apart and the only solution is more federal spending. Earlier...Show More Summary
The one area of agreement between New York's mostly Democratic elected officials and Donald Trump as he prepared to assume the presidency was infrastructure. Sen. Charles Schumer had collegial... To view the full story, click the title link.
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President Trump’s $200 billion infrastructure plan proposes selling government assets, including Reagan National and Dulles International airports.
The public-private partnerships Trump proposes are a sick neoliberal joke.
The public-private partnerships Trump proposes are a sick neoliberal joke. President Trump presented his infrastructure plan last week. If you’re keen on the idea of out-of-control privatized utilities gouging customers and manipulating...Show More Summary
State Governors decide how to allocate funds. The post Trump’s Rural Infrastructure Plan: Not So Big Government appeared first on RedState.
This was supposed to be "Infrastructure Week" for U.S. President Donald Trump, a time to unveil a long-promised plan to create jobs by revitalizing America's roads and bridges. Instead, the White House careened from crisis to crisis,...Show More Summary
Despite almost universal scientific consensus that climate change poses a growing threat, President Donald Trump's recent infrastructure plan makes no mention of the need to build resilience to rising global temperatures. Instead, it actually seeks to weaken environmental reviews as a way of speeding up the infrastructure permitting process.
This is an assertion in a major Post article on infrastructure, but it doesn't fit with the evidence. Trump is actually only proposing to put up $200 billion (0.09 percent of GDP) over the next decade towards his infrastructure initiative. The rest is supposed to come from state and local governments and private investors. Show More Summary
Adrees Latif/Reuters President Trump's infrastructure plan, released Monday, is more of a defiance of fiscal logic than it is a rational outline. One obvious shortcoming is that the plan doesn't offer states and cities federal money as much as invite them to spend their own, which, of course, they could already do. Show More Summary
Trump wants to sell our water to Wall Street. Trump has announced the details of his infrastructure plan, and it paints a frightening picture. At best, it’s a money-making scam. At its worst, it endangers our families, communities and the planet. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump has long touted crumbling American infrastructure as a key area to tackle, and with good reason. The post Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Crumbles Online appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Chris Edwards, Caleb O. Brown Despite some substantial plans to privatize some infrastructure and cut other needless federal spending, the infrastructure and other spending plans by Donald Trump and the GOP Congress are substantial budget busters. Chris Edwards comments.