Clinton Brings Infrastructure Plan to Iowa

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On Friday, Hillary Clinton held an event in Sioux City, Iowa in which she focused on her infrastructure plans. Speaking at the Carpenters Local 948 Training Center, Clinton said her plan would focus on airports, sea ports, broadband internet, and highways and would create thousands pf jobs across the country. Of our current infrastructure, she said, “The infrastructure is old, it is broken down. My image is, it is held together with duct tape.” Before her speech, Clinton was introduced and endorsed by U.S. Secretary of Labor Tom Perez. Also speaking at the event in support of Clinton was state Representative Chris Hall. A full video of Clinton’s speech is below.

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News Source: Sioux City Journal

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