The Water Resources and Reform Development Act offers the chance to improve America's infrastructure and employment, and creates an opportunity for bipartisanship in Congress, writes Greg DiLoreto, president of the American Society of Civil Engineers. New investments in industrial infrastructure are critical for U.S. economic growth, and "while the WRRDA bill will by no means fix all of our problems, it will help families and businesses save money while also fortifying critical dams, levees, ports, and waterways," DiLoreto argues.

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