(Washington) – As the fight continues in Washington concerning taxes, the national debt, and ways to help fight the debt, Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill says that we shouldn’t ignore infrastructure within states, such as roads and bridges. One of the future infrastructures, she says, is rural broadband, which has slowly been showing up in Missouri:
But how will we pay for infrastructure improvements and upkeep? McCaskill says that a number of factors need to be considered:
She also says that the management of Arlington National Cemetery has improved dramatically over the past year, but the continued need for a full accounting of graves, standard operating procedures, a long-term master management plan, and action to address lingering contract management problems still need to be addressed.