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Obama's $98B Transpo Budget Unlikely To Gain Traction

February 9, 2016, Law360

Jack Schenendorf is quoted in this Law360 article discussing how the Obama administration’s proposed $98.1 billion budget for the U.S. Department of Transportation for fiscal 2017 is unlikely to pick up much momentum. According to Schenendorf, "It's just very surprising that the administration didn't make much of an effort during the surface transportation bill itself and didn't propose any significant ways out of the box that Congress was in with the trust fund.” He continues, "Now, two months later, they come up with something. That just makes me think it's not a serious proposal and it's more a of a political proposal."

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