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Old 04-30-2019, 07:32 PM
DinoR is offline
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The article title speaks volumes - "Trump And Democrats Agree On $2 Trillion For Infrastructure, But Not On How To Pay"

There's big broad, if relatively weak, bipartisan support for upping infrastructure spending for quite a while now. Addressing inadequate spending for already built but aging infrastructure has gotten the highest priority but it's not the only area. It's never gotten anywhere because of the issue of how to pay for it.

Paying for it has been the major hurdle. It continues to be the big hurdle. A tentative agreement that ignore the hardest part of getting something done isn't much of an agreement.