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Why is the US infrastructure bill so important?

Infrastructure expert Joel Moser talks about why the bill is so necessary right now – and what needs to happen next. The US Senate has passed the $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The ‘historic’ bill promises vital investment in areas from roads, bridges and trains to broadband access and clean drinking water.

Whats in the $1 trillion infrastructure bill?

The sprawling, 2,702-page bill includes historic investments in traditional projects as well as broadband expansion and funds for some climate projects. Construction on a bridge in Charleston, W.Va. The roughly $1 trillion legislation marks a significant bipartisan compromise on how to rebuild key elements of the nation’s infrastructure.

Whats in President Bidens infrastructure bill?

The $1.2 trillion package includes a five-year allocation of $550 billion in federal investments in America’s infrastructure to upgrade highways and major roads, bridges, airports, ports, and water systems.

Whats in the bipartisan infrastructure bill and what does it include?

(CNN) The bipartisan infrastructure bill is currently making its way through the Senate after months of negotiations. In total, the deal includes $550 billion in new federal investments in Americas infrastructure over five years. READ: Bipartisan infrastructure plan 2,700-page bill

What does the historic infrastructure bill promise to achieve?

The ‘historic’ bill promises vital investment in areas from roads, bridges and trains to broadband access and clean drinking water. Here, infrastructure expert Joel Moser talks about what the bill would achieve – and what needs to happen next.

Why is Bidens infrastructure bill so important?

(CNN) The bipartisan infrastructure bill making its precarious way through the Senate was always a cornerstone of Joe Bidens presidency. Now, its even more vital for an administration badly needing wins as the White House struggles to navigate multiple crises.

What does the US infrastructure investment and Jobs Act mean for You?

1 The US Senate has passed the $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. 2 The ‘historic’ bill promises vital investment in areas from roads, bridges and trains to broadband access and clean drinking water. 3 Here, infrastructure expert Joel Moser talks about what the bill would achieve – and what needs to happen next.

How much is the US Infrastructure Bill really worth?

The trillion dollars in the US infrastructure bill is actually only about $500 billion of new spending – some of those things were already in past budgets. So ultimately the most important thing is what’s in the budget reconciliation.

Whats in Bidens $1 trillion infrastructure bill?

President Biden has signed into law a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure package, which includes about $550 billion above projected federal spending on roads, bridges, expanded broadband access and more.

Whats in the $550 billion infrastructure bill?

(CNN) The Senate passed a massive bipartisan infrastructure bill Tuesday after months of negotiations. In total, the deal includes $550 billion in new federal investments in Americas infrastructure over five years. READ: Bipartisan infrastructure plan 2,700-page bill

What is Bidens $46 billion plan for the clean energy industry?

Biden is asking Congress to include $46 billion that would be used to make federal purchases of things like electric cars, charging ports, and electric heat pumps for housing and commercial buildings that would boost the clean energy industry. Biden has already signed an executive order aimed at boosting American manufacturing.

What does Bidens $100 billion plan for Education look like?

Biden calls for $100 billion to build new public schools and upgrade existing buildings with better ventilation systems, updated technology labs, and improved school kitchens that can prepare more nutritious meals. Another $12 billion would go to states to use towards infrastructure needs at community colleges.

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