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Mon March 10, 2014
The latest on the international bridge to Canada
President Obama recently submitted his budget proposal for fiscal year 2014-2015, and you could almost hear the sighs of exasperation on both sides of the Detroit River.
That's because missing from the nearly $4 trillion budget was the $250 million needed to get construction started on that new bridge across the Detroit River – specifically, the U.S. customs plaza for the New International Trade Crossing bridge to Windsor.
Canada is footing most of the cost of building the bridge, so that missing $250 million is the only piece of the project that the U.S. would kick in.
And it wasn't in Obama’s budget plan.
Windsor Star reporter Dave Battagello joined us to give us the latest on this story.
*Listen to our interview above.
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