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States are meeting the challenge of infrastructure. Is Washington listening? (OPINION)

States are meeting the challenge of infrastructure. Is Washington listening? (OPINION)

THE WASHINGTON TIMES
By Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan
Tuesday, November 19, 2019

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

The United States emerged from World War II as the undisputed global economic powerhouse in large part because national, state and local leaders were committed to building roads, ports, waterworks and other infrastructure that was the envy of the world.

Lately, it seems leaders in Washington have lost some of that shared sense of purpose and, with it, a bit of our economic edge.

But states are no longer waiting for the federal government to take action. Instead, governors are working together in a bipartisan way, showing real leadership, making real progress and finding real solutions to address our nation’s urgent infrastructure challenges... FULL ARTICLE

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