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The president is doubling down on bad regulations that raise labor and material costs of federal infrastructure projects.
Senate Republicans Released a $928 Billion Infrastructure Plan. Biden Says It Still Doesn't Spend Enough.
For the president, the spending is the point.
Republicans and Democrats Endorse Concept, but Gloss Over Details, of Funding Infrastructure With User Fees
A federal mileage-based user fee is still years away, and there's very little political support for a federal gas tax hike.
Building more and better energy infrastructure is the best guarantee against fuel and electricity disruptions.
Biden Claims 5 Past Fed Chairs Back His Jobs Plan, but 2 Are Dead and 2 More Have Been Quiet About It
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The president says fighting climate change is one of his primary goals. His legislation would do no such thing.
Biden's Infrastructure Plan Would Redefine 'Broadband' To Justify Spending $100 Billion on Government-Run Internet
The Biden administration is manufacturing a market failure to justify spending $100 billion on municipal broadband and other government-run internet projects.
The effort to redefine everything as infrastructure is a gift to central planners—because infrastructure is, almost by definition, centrally planned.
Just because a politician says something doesn't make it so.
The president loves big government for its own sake and doesn’t really care what it does.
Democrats never miss an opportunity to rail against big corporations. Yet they're eagerly subsidizing their big corporate friends.
When everything’s infrastructure, nothing is.
The Federal Highway Administration is asking Texas officials to hit pause on a massive highway widening project while it examines whether it violates Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Biden Administration Retracts Claim That $2.25 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Would Create 19 Million Jobs
Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg admitted the mistake and walked back the administration's job creation promises on Monday night.
It's a regulation-heavy Monday.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says we should be "dreaming big." But the Golden State's vaunted high-speed rail project is turning out to be a train to nowhere.
In his speech on Wednesday, the president called for the passage of the PRO Act, a grab bag of policies that labor unions have been pushing Congress to pass for years.
Joe Biden's $2 Trillion 'Infrastructure' Plan Doubles Down on Everything That Makes American Infrastructure Insanely Expensive
The president's speech outlining his American Jobs Plan was rich in ambition, but light on details.
A series of laws passed in the 1970s may have permanently hamstrung American infrastructure development.
This time with tax increases too!
The Incoming Biden Administration Raises the Possibility of More Infrastructure Weeks and More Infrastructure Spending
More spending doesn't necessarily mean better results.
Senate Republicans have proposed a far more modest reauthorization of federal surface transportation spending programs that are set to expire in September.
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House Democrats' $760 Billion Infrastructure Proposal Has Lots of Funding Proposals, Few Proposed Funding Sources
The "Moving Forward Framework" includes some sensible reforms alongside expensive, dubious policy proposals.
New proposed regulations from the White House's Council on Environmental Quality would limit how long federal environmental reviews could last.
We’re going to need a lot more sensing equipment—and fast. Here’s how to do it.
A new report from the Reason Foundation highlights some of the worsening conditions of America's roadways.
Michigan and Flint authorities thought switching water providers would be a great job stimulus program.
The president continues to move closer to Democratic proposals on infrastructure spending.
The feds aren't the only ones capable of designing cringe-worthy mascots.
Making infrastructure funds fun again!
Rebuilding America's 'Crumbling Infrastructure' Gets Half-Hearted Shoutout in Trump's State of the Union Address
The president proposed a $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan in his previous State of the Union address.
The California senator's terrible record on policy extends to infrastructure.
You can't have it both ways.
Trump planned to borrow heavily to fund his still unreleased infrastructure plan, even while the Republicans in Congress were making the deficit worse.
The GOP is abandoning policy goals that used to define the party, and replacing them with raw Trumpism.
Trump Says Syria Withdrawal Coming 'Soon,' Weed 'Beer' Promises Buzz With No Alcohol, California May Slap Cancer Warning on Coffee: Reason Roundup
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Congress Has Ditched Trump's Transit Cuts. What Does That Tell Us About His Infrastructure Plan's Chances?
The administration's proposed cuts to transit did not survive the sausage-making process.
The Federal Government's TIGER Program Splurges on Sidewalks in Rural Florida and Recreational Boat Ramps in Iowa
It was supposed to be a temporary stimulus program. Instead it's an engine for pork.
The plan calls for $1 trillion is spending on everything from walking trails to high-speed internet.