Obama Holds National Infrastructure Meeting

Monday, October 11, 2010

President Obama meets today with governors and mayors from around the nation to talk about “investing in America’s infrastructure.”

The meeting comes just after Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie killed the biggest project in the history of the United States Department of Transportation: an $8.7 billion commuter train tunnel under the Hudson River. 

Takeaway correspondent Andrea Bernstein joins us to discuss the significance of these latest developments on the nation and the President's agenda.


Andrea Bernstein

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