Category: Infrastructure In America

Infrastructure Deal Within Reach – Muni Provisions Remain a Priority

A bipartisan group of 21 Senators has come to a soft agreement with the Biden Administration on a $1 trillion infrastructure package.  While the deal has yet to receive support from Congressional Leadership, this is a promising step.  The group plans to meet with the President this afternoon. The framework includes nearly $600 billion in…
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Direct Pay Bonds and PABs Remain in Spotlight – Other Muni Provisions Expected to Receive Continued Support

As noted yesterday, a bipartisan group of 21 senators released the latest infrastructure compromise, a $1 trillion package with nearly $600 billion of new spending.  While light on pay-for details, the package did include some details on how the group plans to finance the plan, which includes a new direct-pay bond and references to increased private investment…
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Bipartisan Senate Group Releases Updated Infrastructure Proposal

Last night, a group of 21 Senators released their much-anticipated infrastructure compromise. The package comes with a price tag of $1.2 trillion dollars, including over $570 billion in new spending. The package allocates $110 billion on roads and bridges, $66 billion on the rail, and $48.5 billion on transit as well monies for Democratic priorities…
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Infrastructure in America: Ashland – Greenwood (NE) School Bond

As part of its ongoing Infrastructure in America: Munis Since 1812 initiative to highlight bond-financed infrastructure, the MBFA is featuring a recent school bond issuance that helped finance substantial improvements in the rapidly growing Ashland-Greenwood Nebraska School district. The issuance was underwritten by member firm D.A. Davidson. Click the image below to learn more about…
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