Trump huddles with transportation leaders ahead of expected infrastructure plan

The Hill » The White House said it plans to submit “detailed legislative principles” to Congress in early January outlining President Donald Trump’s infrastructure vision. Officials are putting the finishing touches on the document, which is expected to serve as the building block for lawmakers to write legislation next year.

2017-12-12T14:33:48+00:00 December 11th, 2017|Federal Programs, Trump & Infrastructure, U.S. News|

After cutting taxes, Trump looking to localities to raise revenue for infrastructure

The Washington Post » Even as President Trump and Republicans in Congress seek to cut federal taxes, the White House has quietly come up with a very different plan for infrastructure: It wants to reward states and localities willing to raise taxes or other revenue to pay for new projects.

2017-12-09T22:05:27+00:00 December 7th, 2017|Federal Programs, Trump & Infrastructure|

Trump will start infrastructure push in January, White House officials say

CNBC » The White House will move forward with a massive infrastructure program in 2018, after failing to enact such a measure in President Trump’s first year in office, according to officials. Observers expect a proposal for $200 billion in federal spending aimed at spurring up to $800 billion in state, local and private sector spending.

2017-12-09T21:30:06+00:00 December 7th, 2017|Federal Programs, Trump & Infrastructure, U.S. News|

Trump to release infrastructure plan next month

The Hill » The White House has been working behind the scenes to craft a detailed, 70-page infrastructure memo. The document, which will be submitted to Congress next month, will likely serve as the building block for lawmakers to write actual legislation.

2017-12-09T21:39:20+00:00 December 7th, 2017|Federal Programs, Trump & Infrastructure|

House panel declines to restore infrastructure financing tool in GOP tax bill that back P3 projects

The Hill » The House Ways and Means Committee or Wednesday rejected a Democratic amendment that would have kept the deduction on tax-exempt private activity bonds, which are used by public-private partnerships to back a wide range of infrastructure projects around the country.

2017-11-28T12:30:53+00:00 November 8th, 2017|Federal Programs, Trump & Infrastructure, U.S. News|
Load More Posts