It was like the Nebraska governor already has prepared his statement of thanks for President Trump as the nation’s top elected official Monday announced his plan for infrastructure improvements from coast to coast.
And maybe he did.
After all, Gov. Pete Ricketts has been working in his state already to address the issue, and has plans that would go more quickly if Nebraska would be awarded funding from the nationwide program.
“Thank you to President Trump for his commitment to investing in America’s infrastructure,” Ricketts said after attending a roundtable held by the president at the White House.
“In recent years, Nebraska has made significant investments in our state’s infrastructure with the Build Nebraska Act and Transportation Innovation Act. These have been critical to growing our state. The president’s focus in his plan on rural infrastructure and cutting red tape will support our ongoing work at the stateThis post was originally published on this site