Building America’s Future 2016 Year End Review
By Kerry O’Hare, Vice President and Director of Policy, Building America’s Future
December 12, 2016
Infrastructure in the News 12.6.16
Politico Playbook: NEW POLITICO/MORNING CONSULT POLL: Broad support for Trump’s tax plans -- KELLY leading contender for DHS -- PENCE to keynote Heritage event at Trump Hotel -- B’DAY: Ray LaHood
Infrastructure in the News 12.5.16
The Hill: Secretary LaHood and Gov. Rendell: Building infrastructure for the future can bring country together
The Hill: Building infrastructure for the future can bring country together
By Former Sec. and Rep. Ray LaHood (R-ILL.) and Former Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA), Contributors
As President-elect Donald Trump and the incoming Congress turn to the work of governing, we need opportunities to bring the country together. We need to think big.
And what we do next should be about our future, not the past.
Infrastructure in the News 12.2.16
The Bond Buyer: Infrastructure Policy Seen Shifting to Private Investments (full article follows Morning Transportation)
(Marcia Hale is interviewed – SKDK is reaching out to correct the misspelling of her name)
Infrastructure in the News 12.1.16
Global Trade Magazine: Support for Trump’s Infrastructure Investment Plan
(Marcia Hale’s statement on Donald Trump’s election is reposted)
Infrastructure in the News 11.30.16
New York Times: Trump Picks Elaine Chao for Transportation Secretary (Sec. LaHood is quoted)
She is a woman and an immigrant, a fixture of the Republican establishment for two decades. She is a savvy and professional practitioner of the capital’s inside game.
Building America’s Future Statement on Secretary of Transportation Appointment
Washington, D.C. – November 29, 2016 – Marcia Hale, President of Building America’s Future, commented on Elaine Chao’s nomination to be Secretary of Transportation today.
Infrastructure in the News 11.29.16
Wall Street Journal Opinion: Trump Trains, Trump Air, Trump Roads . . .
Infrastructure in the News 11.28.16
New York Times: Choke Point of a Nation: The High Cost of an Aging River Lock