Obama meets with leaders on a $50B transportation plan

President Barack Obama scheduled a meeting with mayors and governors to gain support for a $50 billion transportation-infrastructure plan. A report by the Treasury Department shows that infrastructure spending as a percentage of gross domestic product has declined by 50% since 1960. Obama is touting his plan as a stimulus for jobs, boosting the opportunity for work in the construction, manufacturing and retail industries.

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