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A Guide to Infrastructure Bonds

Sarah Kline / Blog January 24, 2017

Given America’s broad needs and the wide range of potential investors in infrastructure bonds, financing options should include all of the above.

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Answering the Infrastructure Finance FAQs

Sarah Kline / Blog January 6, 2017

To craft an infrastructure package that meets America’s broad needs, policymakers will have to determine the appropriate balance between funding and financing.

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Why Tax Credits Alone Won’t Solve Infrastructure Funding Gap

Sarah Kline / Blog November 30, 2016

Tax credits are just one way of bringing in private capital and they do not eliminate the need for stable, long-term federal infrastructure funding.

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What We’re Reading in Infrastructure, July 23

Infrastructure / Blog July 23, 2015

The staff of BPC’s Executive Council on Infrastructure share some recent publications, speeches, and testimony relevant to infrastructure policy and finance.

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Senators Hoeven and Wyden Tout Infrastructure Investment at BPC

Infrastructure / Blog July 16, 2015

Senators Ron Wyden and John Hoeven spoke at BPC about the ability of private investment to bridge the gap between infrastructure needs and existing funding.

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What We’re Reading in Infrastructure, July 2

Infrastructure / Blog July 2, 2015

The staff of BPC’s Executive Council on Infrastructure share some recent publications, speeches, and testimony relevant to infrastructure policy and finance.

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Senators Ron Wyden and John Hoeven to Discuss Financing America’s Infrastructure

Infrastructure / Press Release July 2, 2015

Our nation’s continued economic prosperity rests on the quality of our infrastructure, but investments fall dramatically short of what is needed.

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Innovative Financing: Filling the Infrastructure Pothole

Infrastructure / July 8, 2015 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ET

Our nation’s continued economic prosperity rests on the quality of our infrastructure, but investments fall dramatically short of what is needed.

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Former Governors Caucus Looks to Change Tone in Senate

Linda Lingle, Jim Douglas / Blog January 3, 2014

Earlier this year something unprecedented and potentially revolutionary happened in the Senate even though (and yet) few people took notice—eleven senators who previously had been governors officially launched the Former Governors Caucus and with its creation, the governors provided a new…

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