From changing lead water pipes to increasing mass transit, ‘infrastructure’ might lastly get a funds increase.

It is Infrastructure Week, in the end: After 4 years of Republican stonewalling and inaction, the Biden administration took lower than three months to introduce $3 trillion plan to improve American roads, mass transit, water pipes, and different uncared for public works. Georgia Republicans are below assault from the state’s company giants. In the meantime, investigations of January 6 insurrectionists proceed.

Here is a few of what you’ll have missed:

Biden touts ‘once-in-a generation investment in America’ in his infrastructure plan unveiling

By 2-to-1 margin, voters back $3 trillion infrastructure plan funded by taxes on rich, corporations

Georgia faces blowback over racist voter suppression law

Inspector general report shows Capitol Police knew ‘Congress itself is the target on the 6th’

Indictment looming for Jan. 6 role, Oath Keepers chief still spreads disinformation at the border

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