Environmental Spending and More Regulation Aren’t Supply-Chain Fixes

Biden’s mostcurrent prepares to resolve our supply-chain crisis leave much to be wanted, and his celebration’s regulators might make things evenworse.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE J oe Biden actually desires you to believe that his administration is fixing the supply-chain crisis. But in truth, its proposed repairs are inadequate at finest and might intensify the issue at worst.

In a declaration on Tuesday, the White House promoted $2.7 billion in brand-new costs implied to “strengthen port and waterway supply chains and environment strength.” But a huge piece of that overall will go towards the latter objective. The 3 biggest private tasks that the declaration explains — $350 million to be invested in the Denver location, $220 million to be invested on the Howard Hanson Dam in Washington

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