Days after passage of a $2 trillion coronavirus relief package, Key House Democrats are planning efforts for the next round of emergency aid, including major investments in infrastructure.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), joined by several key committee chairs,
said this week the Democrats' fourth phase of coronavirus stimulus would
be largely focused on helping the front-line medical workers, homebound
parents and patients afflicted by the deadly virus. Democrats are also
eyeing new funding for broadband, water, schools and other
infrastructure systems that have proven insufficient, they said, in the
face of the coronavirus crisis.
"There are infrastructure needs that our country has that directly
relate to how we are proceeding with the coronavirus," Pelosi said on a
call with reporters, reported The Hill. "And we would like to
see in what comes next, something that has always been nonpartisan,
bipartisan, and that is an infrastructure piece that takes us into the
future." Continue Reading