WHAT THEY’RE SAYING: President Biden and Democratic Lawmakers Deliver for Tribal Communities

Thanks to President Biden and Democrats in Congress, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is set to make historic investments in Tribal communities that will help revitalize aging infrastructure, secure clean drinking water, create good-paying jobs, and tackle the climate crisis head on.

President Biden’s infrastructure plan will bring over $13 billion in direct investments to Tribes, from $3.5 billion for clean water projects to $2 billion for broadband investments, including the Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program. Here’s a look at how this once-in-a-generation investment in infrastructure benefits Indigenous communities across the country:

Associated Press: Tribes Welcome Infusion Of Money In Infrastructure Bill

Associated Press: Infrastructure Bill Includes Investment In Tribal Nations

Bloomberg: Infrastructure Deal to Help Tribes Displaced by Climate Change

Native News: $15 Billion for Tribes in Infrastructure Bill a Threshold Moment

Native News: Biden Fulfills Campaign Promises with Infrastructure Act

The New York Times: Infrastructure Bill Makes First Major U.S. Investment in Climate Resilience

And here’s what voters across the country are reading about how the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will deliver for Native communities from Navajo Nation to Quinault Nation:

In Arizona: Arizona Public Radio: Infrastructure Bill Contains Billions For Tribal Water, Roads And Broadband

In Montana: Great Falls Tribune: Here’s What The $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Means For Tribes In Montana

In New Mexico: Farmington Daily Times: ‘Monumental’: Navajo Nation Top Leaders Welcome Biden Infrastructure Bill Signing

In New Mexico: Source NM: Billions Coming To Help Tribes Access Clean Water

In Washington: The Seattle Times: Sec. Deb Haaland — Infrastructure Plan Makes Historic Investments In Tribal Coastal Resiliency