The House Ways and Means Committee’s select revenue measures panel will hold a hearing Thursday on proposals to create an infrastructure bank.

The subcommittee, chaired by Richard E. Neal, D-Mass., will take a broad look at infrastructure financing, according to a committee staff member. Instead of focusing solely on highway, bridge, and related projects that are included in an infrastructure bank proposed last year by House Transportation Committee chairman James L. Oberstar, D-Minn., the panel will consider other brick-and-mortar investments such as energy and water.

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