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TOUGH COMPETITION FOR THIS HONOR: Aaron Renn of the Manhattan Institute asks: Are Louisville’s bridges the biggest boondoggle of the 21st century?

He writes: “Not only was the bridges project a colossal waste of $1.3 billion. Not only did it harm the urban fabric of downtown Louisville. But there’s also reason to believe it diverted economic activity away from Louisville.”

Greg Brooks

Greg Brooks

Greg Brooks is the founder and president of the Better Cities Project. With more than 30 years of business and communications experience, he previously led public affairs for the Los Angeles-based Reason Foundation, public relations for the Phoenix-based Goldwater Institute, and national outreach efforts for several other groups.

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