by Stefan Gleason
The federal government is spending and redistributing newly created cash so rapidly, it’s becoming difficult to keep track of which trillions are going where.
This week, President Joe Biden will pitch a $3 trillion “green” infrastructure package. That’s on top of the $1.9 trillion economic “relief” bill he recently signed into law.
Next month, Biden is expected to roll out plans for additional trillions to be spent on healthcare, education, housing, and more.
Republicans in Congress may object to some of the proposed spending. But they have a lousy track record – even during times when they were the majority – when it comes to actually reining in federal outlays.
Infrastructure spending is likely to garner some bipartisan support.