"Bipartisan Infrastructure Law"
Engagement by party
From Rep. DelBene, representing Washington
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For rural communities, telehealth is critical to making care more accessible, but w/o affordable, reliable broadband access, many digital health tools are still out of reach.

The bipartisan infrastructure law is delivering funds to strengthen broadband infrastructure, but we can’t stop fighting until we’ve achieved universal access.

Cited source — axios.com
From Rep. Kim, representing New Jersey
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This week, Congressman Kim spoke at the @UAW National Conference to thank NJ autoworkers for their role in helping to build America's clean energy future. Working people are the backbone of this country.

That's why Rep Kim was proud to vote for the Bipartisan Infrastructure law, which will create millions of good-paying jobs upgrading our roads and bridges and the PRO Act, which would strengthen workers' rights to organize and collectively bargain.

From Rep. Larsen, representing Washington
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The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law keeps people and the regional economy moving.

Yesterday, @TransportDems Chair Rep. Peter A. DeFazio (D-OR-4) and I met with @PortofSeattle to discuss aviation, maritime and cruise infrastructure projects.

From Rep. Davids, representing Kansas
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This is why I supported the bipartisan infrastructure law - to help projects like Johnson County’s Nelson Wastewater to:
👷create jobs in #KS03
🚿deliver cleaner, safer water
💵save Kansans money on their water bill

Cited source — kshb.com
From Sen. Shaheen, representing New Hampshire
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I'm honored to accept the Water Droplet award from the @NAWCH2O. I proudly co-led on water infrastructure provisions in the bipartisan infrastructure law b/c every American deserves clean drinking water. I’ll keep working to improve water quality & affordability.

From Sen. Sinema, representing Arizona
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Our new bill builds on our bipartisan infrastructure law’s investments in Arizona’s water supply by strengthening Arizona’s water storage, recycling, and desalination projects, helping secure Arizona’s water future.

From Rep. Cleaver, representing Missouri
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From replacing harmful lead pipes to expanding public transportation and shortening commute times, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is already making an impact in communities across the country!

Cited source — apnews.com
From Rep. Brown, representing Maryland

During his time in New Dems Rep. Anthony Brown (D-MD-4) has led on our National Security Task Force with Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-PA-2), Rep. Brad Schneider (D-IL-10) & Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-VA-7).

He has also worked with Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE) on legislation in the bipartisan infrastructure law that prioritizes equity and reconnects communities.

New Democrat Coalition (NDC)
@NewDemCoalition
U.S. House of Representatives

The NDC is made up of 98 forward-thinking Dems who are committed to pro-economic growth, pro-innovation & fiscally responsible policies. Chaired by Rep. Suzan K. DelBene (D-WA-1).

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Today, the @NewDemCoalition turns 25-years-old!

I’m proud to be a #NewDem, because as the largest Democratic caucus in the House, my 97 colleagues and I work collaboratively and diligently to pass essential legislation for Americans.

Happy 25th, NDC. Here’s to 25 more 🥳🇺🇸

From Rep. Brown, representing Ohio
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For 25 years, the @NewDemCoalition has worked to deliver key wins—from the ACA to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

As a member, I'm proud of the work the New Dems do to cut through gridlock in Washington and deliver real results for the American people.

From Rep. Bonamici, representing Oregon
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6 months ago, @POTUS signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. This historic investment, championed by our very own @Rep. Peter A. DeFazio (D-OR-4), will allow us to repair our aging roads and bridges, improve transit, expand broadband internet, and more.

Oregon will receive $52 million over the next 5 years to support the expansion of EV charging stations across the state, along with the opportunity to apply for $2.5 billion in EV charging grant funding.

Our state has been leading the effort to electrify our transportation system, and this funding will help move us to a better, greener future.