OHIO (WTRF) – Infrastructure negotiations continue in Washington D.C., and the Senate could potentially vote sometime Thursday night to end debate on the trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure plan. Lawmakers are waiting on the Congressional Budget Office to analyze the bill.
We spoke to Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown about the infrastructure plan. In addition to big projects, he says the bill will also cover smaller but much needed repairs, pointing to small bridges in Ohio that run over culverts. He tells us that there are thousands of these across the Buckeye State in disrepair.
In addition to the smaller bridges, Brown says the bill will also cover much larger projects like I-70 over the Scioto River in Columbus, along with U.S. 30 in Mansfield.
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