Dems Attempt to Pitch Infrastructure Bill as Way to Catch Up With China

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Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., says the infrastructure bill is about more than bettering U.S. “roads and bridges” – it’s about catching up with China.

“You’ve got China moving forward into the 21st century very robustly, and we need to catch up,” Titus told “Fox News Live” on Saturday. “All of these programs that create jobs will build additional infrastructure.”

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Titus sits on both the House Homeland Security and Transportation and Infrastructure committees.

“The internet is as essential today as electricity was when it first was invented,” she continued. “So for us to be competitive — competitive internationally — we’ve got to define infrastructure in broad, bold terms.”

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