On March 31, 2021, the Biden Administration released in broad brushstrokes its plan to address the country’s infrastructure.1 The “American Jobs Plan” calls for a grand total of more than $2 trillion in federal investment emphasizing infrastructure, a cornerstone of President Biden’s campaign trail pitch. The plan represents Biden’s second effort at major spending legislation, after the COVID relief bill enacted last month. It takes a broad view of what constitutes “infrastructure” and dovetails with President Biden’s other stated priorities, including climate change.
Repair roads and bridges
President Biden’s plan includes $115 billion to improve bridges, highways, and roads
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