President Obama has proposed spending $50 billion to improve roads and rails in the U.S. in an attempt to put people to work and jump start the economy.
It already is being met with fierce opposition in Congress, but let’s assume for just a moment that it gets passed. Who stands to gain from this, aside from the homeowners who will finally get those potholes fixed? What companies will gain, and how can investors get in on it?
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