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Despite Trump’s pledge, governors expect little federal spending on infrastructure

President Trump again said Monday he was preparing to “spend big” on infrastructure. But even as he spoke, administration officials and congressional leaders are telling governors to expect little for new federal investment in public works. Instead, the administration plans to spur public-private partnerships, such as toll roads and transmission lines, by loosening environmental reviews and removing other red tape.

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Do you live in one of America’s unhealthiest states?

Hawaii is America's healthiest state, Californians keep their smoking to a minimum and Kansas saw the largest increase in obesity in the 2016 America's Health Rankings Report from The United Health Foundation.
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Do you live in one of America’s unhealthiest states?

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McMaster: Prevent conflict by preparing for it

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McMaster discusses how to influence an organization, leadership

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McMaster: "In the army, because the stakes are so high, you can't just be a yes man."