For Democratic Candidates, Infrastructure Isn’t Just Highways
By Sarah Holder
Ten Democratic presidential hopefuls parsed big ideas, from the progressive to “pragmatic,” during Tuesday night’s debate. Some involved tearing down a broken system: removing barriers to healthcare access, carving holes in border walls, and dismantling racial injustice. But the candidates were also pressed to discuss, albeit briefly, how they’d think about rebuilding—starting with the country’s pavement and pipes.
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