WASHINGTON — President Obama should seek federally-subsidized infrastructure bonds, a national infrastructure bank, and standardization of state tolling authority to help accomplish his infrastructure investment goals, the Center for American Progress said in a new report.

“On the campaign trail, the president repeatedly called for the federal spending saved by ending the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to be directed to infrastructure to support “nation-building right here at home,” co-authors CAP researchers Donna Cooper, Keith Miller, and John Craig wrote in the report, which was released earlier this week.

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