Wednesday, December 8

As part of the government’s implementation of the infrastructure bill that was signed into law in early November, President Joe Biden is planning several trips around the nation to meet with state and local officials to see how the federal government can best partner with them.

Today, the president will travel to Kansas City, Missouri. According to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, “He will continue highlighting how the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law delivers for Missourians by rebuilding roads and bridges, upgrading public transit, replacing water infrastructure, and creating good-paying union jobs.”

The press secretary added, “He’s going to be engaging with Governor Mike Parson, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, Representative Sharice Davids and Emanuel Cleaver, and a number of other state and local elected officials.”

The president will also visit the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority and “discuss how the investments will help repair some of the 2,190 bridges and over 7,570 miles of highway in poor condition,” Secretary Psaki continued.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For safety for the president as he travels around the nation.
  • For God to direct the conversations between the president and Missouri elected officials.
  • For God to use the infrastructure bill to bring about improvements that are in the best interest of American citizens.

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