One Year Later, Biden Delivered Where Trump Failed: Infrastructure Law Rebuilding Florida

One year ago today, President Biden and Democrats delivered what Donald Trump and his Republican Congress never could: a once-in-a-generation investment in our nation’s roads, bridges, railroads, ports, airports, water systems, and high-speed internet

Florida Democratic Party Chair Manny Diaz released the following statement on the one year anniversary of President Biden signing the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill into law.

“While Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress talked a big game about an infrastructure week that they repeatedly failed to deliver, President Biden and Democrats have delivered an infrastructure decade – no thanks to Florida Republicans who opposed it. Florida is already starting to see progress on delivering safer roads, bridges, and drinking water, more affordable and accessible high-speed internet, good-paying jobs, and more — all because Biden succeeded where Trump failed.”

While President Biden and the leadership of House and Senate Democrats made the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law possible, Florida Congressional Republicans and Sens. Scott and Rubio voted against the law and the benefits it’s already bringing to our state. For a full breakdown of what the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is already doing for Florida and the investments that will come to the state in the future, SEE HERE.

Projects in Florida that have already been allocated funding include:

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