I am impressed. At least someone is getting something done!

One of the nation's largest trade union federations announced Tuesday at The Clinton Global Initiative in Denver it has raised $10 billion for investment in America's built infrastructure that it pledged in 2011.
"The labor movement committed to respond to two great crises facing America: the job crisis and the infrastructure crisis," AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka said.
In addition to the workers' capital, the program focuses on training skilled labor. To date, AFL-CIO and its partners have trained 900,000 workers in green-technology construction skills.
Union group hits $10B goal, has money to lend on U.S. infrastructure - The Denver Post