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States With the Worst Road Infrastructure

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will invest $1 trillion into the United States’ crumbling infrastructure. It’s the largest federal investment in infrastructure in more than a decade and could go a long way towards relieving a consistent strain on … Continue reading

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Keep America Moving: Infrastructure Bill on Way to President’s Desk

Better late than never. Late on Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives approved a $1.2 trillion bill to rebuild the country’s aging infrastructure, including roads and bridges. After a 228-206 vote, the bill, with $550 billion specified for highways, roads, … Continue reading

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Vaccine Rule for Larger Employers, Federal Contractors and Certain Health Care Workers to Take Effect January 4

The Biden administration announced Thursday that its vaccine rules applying to private businesses with 100 or more employees, certain health care workers and federal contractors will take effect January 4. Click here to read more.

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Biden Nominates Steven Cliff to Steer NHTSA

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)’s deputy administrator since February is expected to be President Joe Biden’s pick to head the auto safety group. The nomination was confirmed Tuesday for Steven Cliff, who has played a vital role in … Continue reading

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There’s a Backlog at U.S. Ports. Here’s How Biden Hopes to Get You Your Goods Faster

President Biden on Wednesday addressed ongoing supply chain problems as major retailers warn of shortages and price hikes during the upcoming holiday season. The White House says plans are in place to increase capacity at major California ports and with … Continue reading

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