America's infrastructure is coming apart at the seams, and to put things right we need a dedicated financial institution, write Charles Phillips, Laura Tyson and Robert Wolf. A new investment bank would be able to leverage private capital to pour funds into projects ranging from broadband to bridge repairs, they argue. "It's time we accept that government alone can no longer finance all of the nation's infrastructure requirements," they write. "A national infrastructure bank could fill the gap."

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