Zachary Halaschak of The Washington Examiner reports that GOP senators have unveiled a $568 billion infrastructure counteroffer.
- The proposal allocates $299 billion to traditional infrastructure, $65 billion for broadband upgrades, and $61 billion for public transit.
- The $568 billion price tag is significantly less than that of the $1.9 trillion Build Back Better Plan.
- Infrastructure is an important issue that should receive bipartisan support. We can improve our roads and bridges without ballooning our national debt.
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