Infrastructure week; Georgia’s corporate backlash; police knew U.S. Capitol was target

From replacing lead water pipes to expanding mass transit, ‘infrastructure’ may finally get a budget boost.

It’s Infrastructure Week, at long last: After four years of Republican stonewalling and inaction, the Biden administration took less than three months to introduce $3 trillion plan to upgrade American roads, mass transit, water pipes, and other neglected public works. Georgia Republicans are under attack from the state’s corporate giants. Meanwhile, investigations of January 6 insurrectionists continue.

Here’s some of what you may have missed:

• Biden touts ‘once-in-a generation investment in America’ in his infrastructure plan unveiling

• By 2-to-1 margin, voters back $3 trillion infrastructure plan funded by taxes on rich, corporations

• Georgia faces blowback over racist voter suppression law

• Inspector general report shows Capitol Police knew ‘Congress itself is the target on the 6th’

• Indictment looming for Jan. 6 role, Oath Keepers chief still spreads disinformation at the border

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