Last week, President Biden detailed his plan to fix the nation's infrastructure and reshape the economy. At the top of the list of improvements, the plan would result in 20,000 miles of retrofitted roads, repairs to 10 bridges identified as economically important and the elimination of lead pipes from water supplies around the country.
The White House claims it will create millions of jobs and bolster American competitiveness. The infrastructure plan allocates money to train millions of workers and money for initiatives aimed at supporting labor unions and home care workers.
“It is not a plan that tinkers around the edges. It is a once-in-a-generation investment in America,” the President said.
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