Meeting the Infrastructure Imperative

On February 17, 2012, in Economy, Labor, Social Issues, by editor1

Center for American Progress. February 16, 2012.

American families and communities are suffering from the consequences of anemic economic growth and high unemployment. Meanwhile, aging roads, bridges, water systems, and other key public assets are putting our public safety and national economic competitiveness at risk. The challenges present an obvious opportunity for bipartisan action: Boost infrastructure investments that build permanent public assets, generate business for small- and medium-sized companies, create jobs, and enhance our global competitiveness. [Note: contains copyrighted material]. [PDF format, 104 pages].

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