“Republicans and Democrats agree that we need to come together to modernize America’s infrastructure. But instead of looking for unifying solutions, today my colleagues pushed a partisan bill through committee that misses the mark and recycles the same failed policies of the past.
“Instead of throwing another half-trillion dollars into a broken system, members of both parties should first look to reform the way infrastructure money is spent and by which infrastructure projects are approved. That starts with returning to a user-fee system, pursuing innovative funding mechanisms, and aggressively reforming our regulatory process. This is a framework that garner bipartisan support, and I hope my colleagues abandon their “my way or the highway” approach and look at serious solutions like these that can fix our country’s infrastructure problems.”
ICYMI: Rep. Gallagher outlined his thoughts on the right way to modernize America’s infrastructure in a RealClearPolitics op-ed