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Higgins Calls For 5-Year, $1.2 Trillion Investment in American Infrastructure

Congressman Says Need is Overwhelming, Cost is Right, 27 Million Jobs Will Be Created
November 17, 2011

Higgins Says Supercommittee Should “Go Big” with Infrastructure Plan to Grow Jobs

Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-27) was one of 60 Democrats and 40 Republicans sending a letter to the Congressional Supercommittee, asking its members to “go big” and consider up to $4 trillion in deficit reduction measures including spending cuts and revenue increases over the next decade.

Higgins Visits Applied Sciences Group

Cheektowaga Small Business Growing Rapidly through Innovation

Congressman Higgins Visits Made in America Store, Invites Owner to White House Panel Discussion

Local Manufacturer Turns Challenge into Success in Quest to Save American Jobs