Post Tagged with: "National Infrastructure Bank"

Alabama House Passes Bank Resolution

Alabama House Passes Bank Resolution

Alabama House Passes Bank Resolution June 4, 2019—This spring Alabama became the third state where a memorial resolution in favor of a National Infrastructure Bank has been passed.  The resolution, introduced by Rep. Thomas Jackson, was voted up in the legislature in early April. The resolution also calls for reinstatement […]

by June 4, 2019 0 comments News Shorts
Electrical engineers at a construction site. They will be in high-demand when we launch a National Infrastructure Bank. (dreamstime)

Where’s the Money? In a National Infrastructure Bank!

By Nancy Spannaus May 13, 20190—Where can we get the money for the trillions of dollars of infrastructure spending the United States needs?  The answer is: in a Hamiltonian National Infrastructure Bank. A coalition of hundreds of organizations assembled in #BuildforTomorrow kicked off the seventh National Infrastructure Week today. Dozens […]

by May 13, 2019 0 comments Infrastructure Bank, News
Completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, in 1869 at Promontory Point, Utah.

A Railroad to Bind the Nation

Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad on May 10. By Nancy Spannaus May 11, 2019—When President Lincoln, in his Second Inaugural Address, spoke of the need to “bind up the nation’s wounds,” he was not specifically referring to his signature construction project, the Transcontinental Railroad.  But in all […]

by May 11, 2019 0 comments Commentary, Infrastructure
Forczek addresses the Jersey City Muncipal Council in May 2019.

NJ Magazine Features Call for Infrastructure Bank

By Nancy Spannaus May 6, 2019—NJ Municipalities, the magazine of the New Jersey League of Municipalities, has recently published a call for a National Infrastructure Bank (NIB) under the headline: “National Infrastructure Bank: A Hamiltonian Solution to the National Infrastructure Crisis.” It was written by retired transportation executive Stanley Forczek, who […]

by May 6, 2019 1 comment Infrastructure Bank, News
Illinois infrastructure needs as determined by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Illinois Assembly Passes Infrastructure Bank Resolution

April 8, 2019—On April 2, the General Assembly of the state of Illinois passed HR0014, a resolution memorializing Congress to establish a New National Infrastructure Bank. The resolution was introduced by Rep. Mary Flowers (D-31) in late December.  It passed the Financial Institutions Committee on March 19. The resolution now […]

New Alabama Resolution for Glass-Steagall, National Banking

New Alabama Resolution for Glass-Steagall, National Banking

April 5, 2019—Rep. Thomas Jackson has introduced House Joint Resolution 60 to the Alabama House of Representatives, in pursuit of “urging Congress to support efforts to reinstate the separation of commercial and investment banking functions and to return to national banking policies.” The Resolution was sent to the Alabama State […]

by April 5, 2019 0 comments News Shorts
The Portal Bridge, a key link on the Northeast rail corridor, and over 100 years old.

Trump Administration Sabotaging Vital Infrastructure

By Nancy Spannaus March 18, 2019—Recent announcements by the Trump Administration on critical infrastructure projects, amount to nothing less than sabotage. Without effective Congressional action to ensure Federal government funding of major capital investments in infrastructure like that now under threat, there is no hope for a sustainable economic recovery […]

by March 18, 2019 0 comments Commentary, News
The fragility of the transit system in the New York-New Jersey area was dramatized when a beam penetrated the roof of  a New Jersey Transit train Sept. 7.

New NAM Report: Action on Infrastructure Now!

By Nancy Spannaus March 1, 2019—The latest report on the U.S. infrastructure disaster by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) is a straightforward call for Congress and the President to act now. The “Build to Win” document begins by stating that “in an alarming state of disrepair and in urgent […]

by March 1, 2019 Comments are Disabled Infrastructure Bank, News
The first Bank of the United States was one of the instruments of public administration.

The Constitutionality of the National Bank

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 27, 2019—February 25 was the anniversary of a momentous event in American history—George Washington’s signing of the bill establishing the Bank of the United States.  This action was crucial to establishing a government-backed source of national credit and a uniform currency in the United States, and […]

by February 27, 2019 Comments are Disabled Commentary, Infrastructure Bank
Construction on California's high-speed rail project has already begun.

Infrastructure Bank Needed for California Rail

Feb. 18, 2019—The need for a National Infrastructure Bank (NIB), built along Hamiltonian principles, has come sharply to the fore in the current debate/uproar over the fate of California’s plans for a high-speed rail connection between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Establish a national bank with long-term, low-interest credit, capitalized […]

by February 18, 2019 Comments are Disabled Infrastructure, News Shorts