Post Tagged with: "National Infrastructure Bank"

The NIB would have the funds to help deal with the Western water crisis.  Indian lands are particularly hard hit, as seen here.

Legislators Promote Hamiltonian Infrastructure Bank

Sept. 26, 2021—While Congress continues deadlocked in a battle over inadequate infrastructure spending bills, support is growing for establishing a Hamiltonian Infrastructure Bank. A campaign by local officials determined to meet the full needs of the nation is spreading across the country. The focus of their efforts is H.R. 3339 […]

by September 26, 2021 0 comments Infrastructure Bank, News
A Tennessee bridge collapse in 2019.

Op-Ed Promotes National Infrastructure Bank

June 17, 2021—The following op-ed appeared in Mass Transit magazine on June 8. OP-ED: A National Infrastructure Bank could solve the U.S.’s trillion-dollar infrastructure investment challenge By Stanley R. Forczek The creation of a National Infrastructure Bank will cover project costs that federal, state, and local governments are unable to […]

by June 17, 2021 0 comments Infrastructure Bank, News
Leaking pipes like these are often also contaminated with lead.

An Infrastructure Funding Solution in Plain Sight!

By Nancy Spannaus June 10, 2021—As President Biden shifts course from negotiating with the GOP, to counting on a bipartisan “Group of 20” in the Senate to come up with an infrastructure compromise plan, the ideal solution for funding the trillions of dollars required is in plain sight. As I […]

by June 10, 2021 0 comments Infrastructure Bank, News
The Hoover Dam was critical to building up Nevada. It's one of many dams now in trouble.

Nevada Legislature Urges National Infrastructure Bank

By Nancy Spannaus May 10, 2021—On May 4, Nevada became the second state in 2021 to pass a resolution urging Congress to establish a National Infrastructure Bank (NIB) based on the time-tested principles used by America’s most successful presidents. As outlined in HR 6422 (116th Congress), Congress would create a […]

by May 10, 2021 0 comments Infrastructure Bank, News
The Maine State House in Augusta.

Maine Legislature Calls for National Infrastructure Bank

March 17, 2021—On March 11, the Maine Legislature unanimously approved a joint resolution calling on the U.S. Congress to develop and fund a National Infrastructure Bank. SP 297, a “Joint Resolution Memorializing the President of The United States and The United States Congress to Establish A National Infrastructure Bank,” was presented […]

by March 17, 2021 0 comments Infrastructure Bank, News Shorts
A modern apprentiship program.

A New Economic Direction Would Inspire Our Youth

By Angela Vullo November 29, 2020–In the 1950s and ‘60s when a young person in our country was asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?”,  the answer was likely to be an astronaut, a doctor, a teacher, or an engineer.  But, as time went on and […]

by November 29, 2020 0 comments Infrastructure Bank, News
The new Tappan Zee Bridge across the Hudson River.

HR 6422: A “Bill to Somewhere”

By Angela Vullo Oct 27, 2020–In late August 2019, I penned an article called “Will 2020 Bring Winds of Change?,” citing an MSNBC four-part docuseries called “American Swamp,” which included a segment on infrastructure entitled “Bill to Nowhere.”  Today, I can happily report that things have changed. We now have […]

by October 27, 2020 1 comment Infrastructure Bank, News
FDR signing Glass-Steagall in June 1933.

A Timely Argument for Glass-Steagall

By Nancy Spannaus* Oct. 14, 2020—The Oct. 2 release of Arthur Wilmarth’s new book calling for a new Glass-Steagall law is timely, and critical.  Unfortunately, it is not clear that the relevant political figures are yet prepared to listen. Wilmarth’s book is entitled Taming the Megabanks: Why We Need a […]

by October 14, 2020 0 comments Glass-Steagall, News
A dramatization of Poe's Masque of the Red Death. Will it come true?

Will Death Have Dominion Over All?

By Angela Vullo Oct 11, 2020–On February 2 of this year I penned an article quoting Edgar Allan Poe’s “Masque of the Red Death,” an analogy more ominously appropriate now than at the time. And now was acknowledged the presence of the Red Death. He had come like a thief […]

by October 11, 2020 2 comments Commentary, healthcare
FDR speaks to the nation at his Inaugural

Nation at a Crossroads, Just like 1933

By Angela Vullo September 29, 2020–Ask yourself: Would our country exist today if Franklin Roosevelt had not been elected President? During his four terms, President Roosevelt was faced with two foes, one domestic and one foreign, with an ominous overlap between the two. In the same year that Roosevelt was […]

by October 1, 2020 1 comment Commentary, Infrastructure Bank