The Infrastructure Bill Debate: How Should Infrastructure be Defined?
The United States needs certain structures for it to run effectively, but it seems like the nation doesn’t necessarily agree on what constitutes infrastructure. For the Republicans, the proposed infrastructure bill is nothing but a government spending spree. For the Democrats, the bill is critical for facility buildup and also for job-creation. What we have as a result is a debate where one side is trying to limit the definition of infrastructure into a narrow category, while another side is trying to make it as inclusive as possible. Just how broad can we get when it comes to infrastructure? Which projects should be seen as essential if we are to consider future development? Listen in as Bill Stierle and Tom share their thoughts on this pressing issue.
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