Could infrastructure woes bridge candidates’ differences?

Trump, Clinton acknowledge need to invest in deteriorating facilities

COLLEGE PARK -- With big differences in economic policy separating the presidential candidates, leaving voters to sift through the speeches at the back-to-back political nominating conventions this month, one former White House policymaker said there’s common ground that could help boost wages, create jobs and close the socioeconomic status gap. Alice Rivlin, a former Federal Reserve ...

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