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Buttigieg Warns American Infrastructure Needs ‘Trillions’ In Funding In First Hearing

Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg

By Charlotte Pence Bond

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg testified before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure on Thursday in his first public event since his confirmation last month.

The Associated Press reports that Buttigieg is “warning that the country’s infrastructure needs exceed $1 trillion” as the secretary moves forward in his appeals to Congress for infrastructure needs. The Biden administration is preparing a $3-4 trillion spending package incorporating infrastructure funding and other priorities.

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