It's always going to be infrastructure week now. President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework into LAW.
What’s in it?
$100 billion to fix our roads and bridges
$55 billion to ensure access to clean water
$65 billion in broadband expansion
$65 billion to upgrade and expand our energy systems
We’re Showing Up for America.
Join us in passing infrastructure legislation that rebuilds the right way - with the highest safety standards and creates jobs for skilled workers in our communities by delivering the roads, bridges, broadband, and clean water that we deserve. That’s what our elected officials are supposed to do. It’s why we sent them there.
The time to rebuild America’s infrastructure is now. We can’t afford anything less if we want a safe, strong economy.
We must invest in every sector of the energy economy so we can meet today’s needs and deliver tomorrow’s innovation.
Safety & Standards
A well-trained workforce means better infrastructure and a stronger economy. The time to invest in our workers is now.
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Know Before You VoteBefore you fill out your ballot this November, take a second to check: How did your Member of Congress and Senators vote on key legislation?
A New Day In AmericaAmericans voted for a new approach to rebuilding America, tired of waiting as the state of our infrastructure gets worse every day. Congress and President Biden enacted The American Rescue Plan.
ReBuild USA is advocating for modernizing and repairing roads, bridges, airports, and water systems. We urge all elected leaders to support infrastructure legislation that creates jobs for our highly-skilled workers and rebuilds our nation right. Help us by taking action before it’s too late.
The American Rescue PlanThank Democrats in Congress and the Biden Administration for getting our country back on trackThey heard us, and they’re acting. Pensions guaranteed for a generation of workers, our rights on the job restored, real apprenticeships for real careers, checks for struggling families, support for schools and small businesses, not billionaires.
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