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Maritime funding unchanged in rival US infrastructure plan

Republicans have offered a $568bn counteroffer to President Joe Biden’s $2trn infrastructure plan, but they don’t propose any change to the $17bn allocated for ports and inland waterways

The Republican proposal is heavy on highway funding, allocating $299bn for roads and bridges, $61bn for transit, $44bn for airports, $20bn for rail, but sticks to the $17bn set aside for ports and inland waterways in the president's American Jobs Plan

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