The second round of Investing in America tour will be spent by visiting 20 states, including Texas for three weeks. The tour aims to highlight projects including infrastructures funded by President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Investing in America tour on Texas
The White house announced on Monday, June 26 that the Investment in America tour will start its second round of visitation to different states including Texas. Through Investing in America Tour, the administration hopes to highlight its objective: “driving a manufacturing and clean energy boom, rebuilding America’s infrastructure, lowering costs, and creating good-paying jobs”.
This is an initiative set out by the current administration to strengthen investments in the country in its aim for job and manufacturing boom. This aim elaborated through different representatives from the government during the different legs of Investing in America tour across the country.
Amidst key appeals from Congressional Republicans for provisions on of the new American idea, the President along with the Senior Advisor and Infrastructure Implementation Coordinator Mitch Landrieu and other members of the government will travel to communities to get pass the message to all US citizens.
Highlights for the Investment in America Tour in Texas
- President Biden will announce about the Investment in America tour at the White House.
- Mitch Landrieu to travel in New Mexico and Texas to highlight infrastructure projects funded by President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.