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The bipartisan infrastructure law passed by Congress last year included $7.5 billion to build out a nationwide network of more than half a million vehicle charging stations.

Between 2015 and 2021, public charging stations for plug-in electric cars more than tripled - and with the federal government sending billions in funding for charging infrastructure, it will be up to state and local governments to help make ubiquitous electric vehicle charging a reality. Read more»

Arizona will get $109.5 million from the federal infrastructure bill this year to improve water systems in the state – a fraction of the $1.4 billion list of needs state officials say they have. Read more»

In his first State of the Union address, President Joe Biden focused on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, before turning to his accomplishments and agenda for the coming year - but some of his statements didn’t square with the facts. Read more»

While paychecks were 4.1% larger in November than they were in January, they will buy 2.8% less due to rising prices.

Despite recent comments to the contrary by President Joe Biden, while weekly paychecks have indeed gotten larger since Biden became president, they have not kept pace with the rapid rise in prices of consumer goods and services during that time. Read more»