Biden Infrastructure Plan: $45B To Replace Lead Pipes 1

Biden Infrastructure Plan: $45B To Replace Lead Pipes

 

President Biden includes lead pipe removal as part of his infrastructure plan. Chris Jansing reports from Newark, NJ.  

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33 comments

  1. Awesome! Maybe now we won’t have to deal with lead poisoning affecting our health/brain cognitivity anymore.

  2. I remember infrastructure week when the last guy was in charge. Big fat zero. Nice to see someone trying to accomplish something.

    1. @My opinions are secretly facts poor attempt at trying to put words in my mouth; very poor attempt.

    2. @Pew pew McPewfacehuh, I thought I captured your position pretty well there. Let’s try some other words then. Flint Michigan, lead poisoning. The most public revelation of corrupt government oversight in the past decade. Obama couldn’t do anything, Trump didn’t do anything. Biden, doing something. I don’t care what party you are, getting rid of LEAD PIPES is good in my opinion.

    1. LOL Obama never fixed it. He showed up in Flint for a fraudulent photo op of him “drinking” a glass of Flint water pretending the crisis didn’t exist

    2. @Harvey Manfredsenjenson I’m not saying anything about Obama or any other politicians- I genuinely just hope kids and elders and people with disabilities to be able to bathe or drink without fearing the water.

    3. @Aasir Newton Crossing your fingers is as useful as praying, especially when neither the Dems nor the GOP will fix it. Time for a 3rd party

  3. Joe Manchin: AH geez I don’t know you guys, lead in the drinking water doesn’t sound very bi-partisan

  4. Maybe nickel and dime these projects as individual bills (plumbing, roads, broadband, bridges, etc) is the go.

  5. Don’t rule out the possibility that the criminal GOP syndicate will find a way to block this project.

  6. Bout time! Wouldn’t want the rest of the planet to start thinking the US is a third world country with iPhones.

  7. Friendly reminder that West Virginia has two claims to fame: 1. Joe Manchin who is standing in the way of his state’s infrastructure improvements; and 2. Ranking 50th out of 50 states in terms of state infrastructure.

    1. We have got to find a way to use a ranking like US News, maybe based on State GDP per capita, to give more say to those productive states, away from the “taker states”. That would make a more fair Senate. How can a Senator from such a poor performing state, have so much power. Crazy.

    2. Friendly reminder that the Dems did NOTHING about Flint, MI lead-poisoned water

  8. PRESIDENT BIDEN ALSO SAID he’ll keep Trump’s tax cuts for the 1% — WHAT A LEFTIE!!

  9. “The eyes of history are on this appointment.” – Buttigeig
    1964 Japan’s first bullet trains were put in service and the the first Beatles album was released.
    1998 China started the construction of 36,000km of high speed railways and high speed trains.
    2021 US still has NO high speed railway and NO high speed trains. When was America great?

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