Wednesday marked two years since President Biden signed into law the historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. In honor of the anniversary, Democrats nationwide touted the historic impacts the package is making on local communities, and the DNC rolled out a new billboard campaign across the country highlighting how the legislation is funding critical projects while hammering Donald Trump’s failed promises to deliver “infrastructure week.”
- In Arizona: KJZZ: Arizona has received $470 million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
- In California: Sierra Sun Times: NOAA Fisheries Announce New Funding and Coordinated Action to Help Bring California Salmon Back from the Brink – More Than 40 Projects Planned
- In Colorado: Colorado Springs Gazette: Colorado Springs receives $280k ‘Safe Street’ grant to help reduce fatal crashes on city roads
- In Colorado: FOX 31: CDOT celebrates I-70 bridge funded by infrastructure laws
- In Connecticut: FOX 61: New London marks start of lead pipe replacement project
- In Delaware: WHYY: Wilmington to receive $3 million to upgrade sewer system
- In Georgia: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Small Georgia communities to get nearly $3 million for clean energy
- In Iowa: KWWL: Iowa Democrats celebrate investments made from infrastructure law two years later
- In Iowa: Telegraph Herald: Iowa Democrats tout Biden’s infrastructure investments at Dubuque event
- In Michigan: Michigan Advance: Big federal dollars for small state projects aim to get more cars off the roads
- In Michigan: Heartland Signal: On anniversary of infrastructure law, DNC mocks Trump’s ‘infrastructure week’ with new Detroit billboards
- In Missouri: Missourinet: Missouri Can Tap Into $50 Million Available to Strengthen Forest Economy
- In Ohio: The Highland County Press: ARC awards $20M to accelerate green textile manufacturing, green energy technology in southern and central Appalachia
- In Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Capital-Star: New billboard in Philadelphia will promote anniversary of Biden administration’s infrastructure law
- In Rhode Island: The Public’s Radio: Energy Department tries to boost US battery industry with another $3.5 billion in funding
- In South Carolina: News19 CBS: $552 million allotted for broadband internet access in South Carolina, now agencies only have to apply for the funding
- In Utah: KPCW: Utah to build 15 new fast electric vehicle charging stations by 2024
- In Washington: Daily Journal of Commerce: After 2 years, infrastructure law has moved $5.3B for local projects
- In Wisconsin: WISN: Wisconsin could replace most lead pipes by 2043
- In Wisconsin: Up North News: Biden supporters take a victory lap in Milwaukee on 2nd anniversary of a landmark infrastructure bill
On Veterans Day, Team Biden-Harris released an ad featuring an Army veteran sharing how President Biden’s PACT Act allowed him to get the health care he needed. Across the country, leaders praised the Biden-Harris administration’s steadfast commitment to supporting our nation’s veterans and slammed Donald Trump for failing these heroes time and again.
- In Florida: Florida Politics: Joe Biden Veterans’ Day ad highlights Texas burn pit victim
- In Nevada: Las Vegas Sun: Guest Column: Where Trump failed, Biden has veterans’ backs
- In Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Capital-Star: New Biden campaign ad highlights the PACT Act on Veterans Day weekend
- In Texas: Corpus Christi Caller Times: Texas veteran, burn pit awareness champion appears with wife in campaign ad for Joe Biden
Across the country, Bidenomics continues to grow the economy from the bottom up and the middle out – helping Americans gain access to affordable health care and expanding clean energy.
- In New Mexico: KUNM: Lawmakers tout landmark law as open enrollment is underway
- In North Carolina: WRAL: Growing effort to help underserved communities access historic $4 trillion in funding opportunities
- In South Dakota: Dakota News Now: Washington meeting: South Dakota legislators talk rural development
- In Washington: Seattle Times: Bidenomics in WA: Investing to grow the economy from the middle out
While President Biden, Vice President Harris, and Democrats are laser-focused on investing in America and delivering for working families, MAGA Republicans spent the week embroiled in chaos and physically fighting in the halls of Congress.
- In California: Los Angeles Times: Column: The GOP shutdown drama in Washington costs us plenty, even when Congress averts a stoppage
- In Massachusetts: Boston Globe: An alleged elbow. A challenge to a fight. A Smurf-related insult. Republican tempers flare on Capitol Hill.
- In Oklahoma: The Oklahoman: Oklahoma senator tries to fight union leader at Senate hearing (again), Bernie Sanders steps in
- In Wisconsin: Milwaukee Independent: Unable to Govern: How the GOP Came to Embody Dysfunction, Internal Conflicts, and Power Struggles
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