Invest in infrastructure while costs remain low

10/3/2010 | Washington Post, The

Investing in the nation's infrastructure today would be a long-term -- and wise -- investment in competitiveness, writes Ezra Klein. The American Society of Civil Engineers estimates the country needs some $2 trillion in repair work to bring roads, bridges and other infrastructure into working order. Investing now is especially important, given that construction materials costs are at a low, Klein notes.

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