Trump Administration Prepares To Unveil Infrastructure Plan For America In 2018

Now that Trump and Republicans have passed tax reform, the next big ticket item on the agenda is fixing America’s crumbling infrastructure. Not only will this make America safer, it will create more jobs.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Trump administration set to unveil $1 trillion infrastructure proposal in 2018

The Trump administration is expected to unveil an infrastructure package in the new year, after putting the issue on the sidelines amid other GOP priorities in 2017.

The White House is working to release a roughly 70-page infrastructure proposal sometime in January for members of Congress to use as a cornerstone for drafting the legislation in 2018.

In December, President Trump met with senior administration officials and House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster, R-Pa., to discuss the proposal.

“The meeting with the president was encouraging and very productive,” Shuster said in a statement. “He’s a builder — he gets the importance of infrastructure and why it matters for jobs and the economy. Addressing our nation’s infrastructure in a bipartisan manner is going to take strong presidential leadership, and I believe we have a president who can provide the necessary leadership and who wants to rebuild our infrastructure to strengthen our economy.”

This is not going to be the same as Obama’s stimulus bill. That was pretty much a slush fund for Democrat pet projects. Trump wants to actually repair things.

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