Electricity demand has increased by 25% since 1990, while construction of transmission facilities has decreased by 30% (U.S. Department of Energy). One third of the nation’s major roads are in poor or mediocre condition (American Society for Civil Engineers), and one-fourth of our nation’s bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete (Federal Highway Administration). Information traveling on our nation's information superhighway is expected to increase 50-fold by 2015, requiring broadband service providers to invest more than $100 billion in network infrastructure over the next five years (Progress & Freedom Foundation). The Chamber endorses a strategic long-term strategy that will strengthen our competitiveness and benefit all Americans.
November 20, 2014Today in the press
November 10, 2014Buffett's $15 Billion in Dividends Show Railroad Came Cheap
November 05, 2014Policeman killed in new Jerusalem car attack
October 30, 2014Marketta Gregory: Stretch yourself for God
October 28, 2014Shayne Looper: Is religion a do-it-yourself project?
October 20, 2014Hoffner, Mavericks climb to top of NCAA Division II poll
Rick Kupchella's BringMeTheNews
October 15, 2014Toddler killed, two others treated at hospital after fire engulfs Boulder trailer
Channel 2 News
October 06, 2014A battle of images in Pinellas Greenlight campaign
FOX 13 Tampa Bay, WTVT-TV
October 02, 2014St. John the Apostle Parish's to bless Milford with 2014 Oktoberfest
August 22, 2014Northern Kentucky Leaders: It's Time to Talk About a Streetcar
The River City News