Infrastructure bank would help build bridges, boost jobs

08/11/2011 | Bloomberg

One potential solution to the economic and employment problems in the U.S. is to create a national infrastructure bank, which could help fix crumbling roads and bridges and start to put people back to work, according to this editorial. "Bridges and roads do not repair themselves, and jobs do not magically materialize," the authors write. "In an era of diminished national ambition, an idea that addresses two of the country's most persistent problems is a good investment."

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