Neal, House Dems Roll Out $1.5 Tril Infrastructure Bill
6/18/20 4:13 PM
While their $3 trillion COVID-19 relief bill remains before the Republican-controlled U.S. Senate, House Democrats heralded a sweeping $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan Thursday that authors say could fuel a long-term recovery from the recession. The proposal would direct hundreds of billions of dollars to transportation priorities, including funding for a passenger rail expansion connecting Boston and western Massachusetts.
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