This past week, Democratic representatives on the Hill unveiled the text of a colossal $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill. Dubbed the Moving Forward Act, the plan offers a mile-long shopping list for federal spending—from clean energy to the postal service. But the flurry of ambitious projects draws attention away from the fact that businesses, workers, and consumers across the country are still reeling from the COVID-19 downturn. Rather than ignoring the crisis, lawmakers on Capitol Hill need to put economic revival and consumer choice first.

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