April 2018, Vol.245, No.4

Government

Government

Trump Infrastructure Plan Might Have Mild Benefits President Trump’s infrastructure proposal presents a number of what can only be described as possible opportunities for the pipeline and underground water industries, and they are vague at best.  Moreover, Congress is unlikely to swallow the whole expensive package which covers highways, ports and other infrastructure and would cost $200 billion over 10 years at a time when the federal deficit is swelling from the big tax package passed earlier this year and the congressional budget deal for the current and next fiscal year which pumped billions of new funds into defense and domestic programs.  The Trump proposal contains some useful dere

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