Election 2020: Amy Klobuchar Proposes Big Infrastructure Investment

Election 2020 CandidatesEpisode 4November 18, 2019The Minnesota Senator discusses her plans to make major repairs to the country’s infrastructureBy John McCormickNov. 18, 2019 10:30 amAs part of a series of Wall Street Journal interviews with Democratic 2020 candidates, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar sits down with WSJ’s John McCormick to discuss how a tragic bridge collapse…

Election 2020 Candidates

Episode 4

The Minnesota Senator discusses her plans to make major repairs to the country’s infrastructure

By John McCormick

As part of a series of Wall Street Journal interviews with Democratic 2020 candidates, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar sits down with WSJ’s John McCormick to discuss how a tragic bridge collapse close to home inspired her work to modernize America’s infrastructure. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann

Election 2020 Candidates

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