After four years of failed “infrastructure weeks” under Trump and Republican control, President Biden and Democrats in Congress delivered on their promise to work across the aisle to get things done for the American people in a very big way last week. Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal will rebuild our roads and bridges, create good-paying jobs, grow our economy, expand high-speed internet access, secure clean drinking water, take on the climate crisis, and restore American competitiveness. 

Here’s a look at what voters across the country are reading about how the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal will deliver for their communities and improve their lives: 

In the South:
In North Carolina: Indy Week: From RTP to Eastern N.C., President Biden’s Infrastructure Deal is a Game Changer for the State

In Georgia: Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia Democrats applaud House passage of infrastructure bill Republicans opposed

In Texas: KIII: South Texas makes waves: What local representatives gain from the $1 trillion infrastructure bill

In Oklahoma: The Oklahoman: Holt hails bill expected to provide more than $5 billion for Oklahoma

In Florida: WPBF: Bipartisan infrastructure bill’s expected impact in Florida

In the Midwest:
In Minnesota: KSTP: What experts say $100 million in broadband funding will do for Minnesota

In Wisconsin: CBS58: Wisconsin leaders talk impact of infrastructure bill passing

In Michigan: Bridge Michigan: How the $1.2-trillion Biden infrastructure bill will be spent in Michigan

In Illinois: Chicago Sun-Times: Illinois to get at least $17 billion from the Biden infrastructure bill; could be more

In the West:
In Colorado: The Denver Channel: “Let’s fix the roads”: Colorado leaders hail passage of infrastructure bill

In Montana: Great Falls Tribune: Here’s what the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill means for tribes in Montana

In Oregon: Oregon Capital Chronicle: Democrats in Oregon delegation applaud infrastructure passage, lone Republican silent

In California: Lake County News: Lake County’s members of Congress vote to pass national infrastructure bill

In the Northeast: 
In New Hampshire: The New Hampshire Union Leader: Infrastructure bill could send well over $1.5B to NH for roads, internet and water cleanup

In Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Capital-Star: U.S. House sends $1.2T infrastructure bill to Biden for his signature

In New York: WKBW: Sen. Schumer details how the infrastructure bill will impact New York State

In Vermont: Burlington Free Press: Here’s what the new infrastructure bill would mean for Vermont


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