Will US Infrastructure be the Real Winner of the Election?

Will US Infrastructure be the Real Winner of the Election?

In order to compete globally, the U.S. must have a strong and efficient infrastructure.

Repairing the nation's crumbling infrastructure is front and center for both presidential candidates.
Hillary Clinton has proposed a five-year, $265 billion plan that would be funded through business tax reform using a national infrastructure bank that would leverage funds resulting in up to $500 billion in federally supported investment. The money would go toward ports, airports, roads and waterways, as well as investments in "smart cities" with infrastructure that's

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