DOT nominee sails through first confirmation hearing

Kilcarr, Sean
May 2013
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The article reports on the confirmation hearing for Transportation Secretary nominee Anthony Foxx before the Commerce Committee of the U.S. Senate on May 22, 2013. During the hearing, Foxx reiterated his desire to be an active participant in the reauthorization process. Members of the Commerce Committee focused on Foxx's approach to budgeting, particularly how he would prioritize transportation project given the funding constraints.


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