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Infrastructure: The Problem Is Real, But So Are Hidden Agendas

Sep 2016

As the 2016 elections are vastly approaching, it is odd that neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump has mentioned the nation’s most pressing infrastructure problem: miles and miles of leaking, corroded underground iron water pipes. And unlike roads and bridges, these pipes are hidden from view. From the devastation in Flint to the countless water-main breaks, the decaying underground water networks are widespread.

Bonner R. Cohen has written an article in the Washington Examiner explaining these infrastructure issues and the importance to the nation and ratepayers (voters).