In Washington, the new year means a new list of priorities for the White House and Congress. At the top of that list is Donald Trump’s promise to rebuild the nation’s crumbling infrastructure to the tune of $1 trillion. In the coming weeks, Trump is expected to release a 70-page policy outline, detailing the principles behind his plan to rebuild the country’s aging roads, bridges, railways, airports and water systems. But after a year of bruising partisan battles, there are questions about whether Democrats and Republicans can come to an agreement on infrastructure investment, often thought of as the most bipartisan issue in Washington.
Source: 13 WHAM