Invigorated Dems Renew Focus On Transpo Infrastructure
By Linda Chiem (November 7, 2018, 8:12 PM EST) -- New committee leaders driving transportation policy after Democrats took control of the House in Tuesday's midterm elections will train a spotlight on increased infrastructure investment and oversight, but finding agreement on how to pay for highway, road, airport and other upgrades remains a long shot on still-divided Capitol Hill, experts say.
Rep. Peter DeFazio, the Oregon Democrat and current ranking member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee will likely take over as the committee's chairman after Democrats flipped the House, ending eight years of one-party control in Congress.
The Republicans jockeying for position as the committee's ranking member include Rep....
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