When the state collected more than $5 billion from windfall settlements, there were plenty of ideas on what to do with it. Some called for more education funding. Others wanted to invest most of it in infrastructure. but even $5 billion won't cover all the upgrades needed around the state. Now a coalition of contractor groups has a plan for stretching the money a little big further. Aaron Hilger, president of the Builders Exchange of Rochester, joined us to explain.
Investing in the State's Infrastructure
By Capital Tonight Staff | March 3, 2015 @1:33 AM