Obama: U.S. must fix crumbling roads, bridges


By Caren Bohan PITTSBURGH, June 26 (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama on Thursday pushed a plan for $60 billion fund for road construction, bridge repair, high-speed rail and other projects, saying such spending was crucial to the economy. "This can be the moment when we make a generational commitment to rebuild our infrastructure," Obama told a high-powered group of leaders from business, labor and academia, including General Motors Corp chief executive Rick ...

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