Republicans in Congress and transportation industry stakeholders say President Joe Biden’s new plans to ease supply chain bottlenecks don’t go far enough to address the country’s shipping struggles.
Lawmakers blamed Biden for the costly delays, which have caused shortages for a range of goods. Independent truck drivers said the government was ignoring their issues, while others say more coordination is needed between transportation modes.
The critiques raise questions about the breadth of the administration’s plans and how quickly the supply chain delays, which were exacerbated by the pandemic, will be resolved.
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