A Democratic “trifecta” in Washington could finally push a long-term infrastructure past the finish line.
Congress expected to approve package that could help avoid permanent shutdowns
U.S. Chamber chief Tom Donohue also commented on status of China trade talks, USMCA.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce president Tom Donohue threw down $25,000 for ideas on how to pay for infrastructure. And told Washington to open back up.
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