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What is “infrastructure” & how much will improving it cost?
You’re about to begin hearing a lot about our “infrastructure” and the need to update it. Sunday on Full Measure, we’ll explain what all the talk is about and examine ways to pay the costly bill when we’re already so far in debt. President Trump proposed expanding unique public-private partnerships that would put private money into the equation and supposedly save tax money, but lately he’s been backing off the idea. We’ll have the latest.
Scott Thuman reports from the Mideast on reaction to the U.S. recognition of Israel’s capital of Jerusalem. A few weeks ago, we reported the Israeli perspective; this week we report the Palestinian side from the West Bank. They are not happy.
And an update to our 2016 report on the fire emergencies that are breaking the bank at the U.S. Forest Service. Federal officials say it leaves them without money for normal budget items that help prevent fires in the first place. What happened to the idea of funding the cost of fighting wildfires with FEMA disaster aid money? Lisa Fletcher reports.
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