WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) joined colleagues in proposing a new plan to create jobs and invest in American infrastructure. Brown has offered to work with President Trump to pass bipartisan legislation to address the nation’s infrastructure needs, rather than passing the cost on to drivers, cities and communities through local tax hikes and tolls. Trump’s long-awaited infrastructure proposal announced last month relies on tolling to attract private investment and “leveraging” dollars from states and local communities — which would require local tax hikes.

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