The U.S. infrastructure is in woeful shape and the investment necessary to fix its manifest problems won't be cheap. No less a body than the American Society of Civil Engineers says that the nation's infrastructure is a shambles. In an annual grading of 12 areas of the U.S. transportation system, the ASCE gives an overall grade of D+ — i.e. one step short of completely out of order. The engineers cite recent electricity blackouts in California, overstuffed and outmoded classroom space ...

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