|From Scranton to Reno, Americans are picking up their newspapers and reading about how President Biden and Democrats led the Senate in passing the largest long-term investment in our nation’s infrastructure in a century. As news article after news article has cited, President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal could help create millions of good-paying jobs, create new business opportunities and prepare America to be even more economically competitive than it was before. Thanks to President Biden and Democrats leadership, America’s infrastructure can begin building back better.
Here’s a look at what voters in states across the country are reading — and seeing — about the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal:
In Colorado: Colorado Politics: Hickenlooper, Bennet cheer Senate passage of $1 trillion infrastructure bill
In Florida: Orlando Sun Sentinel: Florida could get billions for infrastructure. Here’s where it could go.
In Georgia: Capitol Beat: U.S. Senate approves infrastructure bill with more than $11 billion headed to Georgia
In Iowa: KWWL: Billions could come to Iowa as Senate acts on massive infrastructure bill
In Idaho: Idaho Capital Sun: ‘Once-in-a-generation opportunity’: Idaho officials react to national infrastructure bill
In Louisiana: KATC 3: “This bill is good for Louisiana” Senate passes infrastructure package
In Maine: News Center Maine: Collins, King praise passage of infrastructure package they helped negotiate
In Michigan: The Detroit News: Michigan poised to get over $8B from Senate’s bipartisan infrastructure bill
In Minnesota: CBS Minnesota: Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Would Spend Billions On Minnesota Roads, Bridges And Broadband Systems
In Nebraska: Omaha World-Herald: Nebraska could get $2.5 billion from bipartisan infrastructure bill
In Nevada: Reno Gazette Journal: Nevada set to receive $3 billion under Senate-approved bipartisan infrastructure bill
In New Hampshire: WMUR 9: NH senators say $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill could be beneficial for Granite State economy
In North Carolina: The Charlotte Observer: Senate passes bipartisan infrastructure deal. Here’s why Burr and Tillis voted yes.
In Oklahoma: The Oklahoman: Jim Inhofe, James Lankford oppose bill promising billions for Oklahoma infrastructure
In Pennsylvania: Penn Live: Nearly $19 billion for bridges, roads and more: Here’s what Pa. could get in Senate infrastructure bill
In Texas: KERA News: John Cornyn, Ted Cruz Vote Against Infrastructure Bill That Could Give Texas More Than $30 Billion
In Wisconsin: The Cap Times: Wisconsin mayors: Infrastructure deal a road to a more equitable, sustainable future
Spectrum News 1: Wisconsin farmers hopeful infrastructure bill will set them up for success
In Virginia: Richmond Times-Dispatch: Warner proclaims ‘biggest infrastructure investment in our lifetimes’