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Biden’s infrastructure plan seen as aiding ‘initial link’ in farm supply chain


WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden’s plan to spend billions for better roads, safer bridges and modernized locks and dams on waterways will aid rural areas and the agriculture sector, but some groups said his broad definition of infrastructure and his proposed tax increases are problematic.

Johnathan Hladik, policy director for the Center for Rural Affairs in Nebraska, said he is heartened by the $115 billion the plan said is needed to “repair the worst 10,000 smaller bridges, including bridges that provide critical connections to rural and tribal communities.”



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