Reuters compares White House hopefuls on infrastructure issues

07/1/2008 | Reuters

Sen. John McCain wants to build 45 nuclear reactors by 2030 and wield a line-item veto to remove "pork" from infrastructure-spending bills. Sen. Barrack Obama, meanwhile, proposes $150 billion in public funding for renewable energy and clean coal, along with $60 billion for a National Infrastructure Reinvestment Bank. This Reuters "Factbox" offers other contrasts between the two presidential hopefuls in areas such as roads, rail and the power grid.

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