State and local leaders are discussing how to spend the possibly incoming funds from the recently passed Senate infrastructure bill. The U.S. Senate approved of the bill Tuesday, which would direct more than one-trillion-dollars toward infrastructure projects across the country. The U.S. House of Representatives still has to look over the bill and approve of it, but in the bill’s current state, Maryland is expected to receive about six-billion dollars from it. The funds could be used to improve roads, bridges, transit systems, broadband coverage and more. Governor Larry Hogan says this will grow jobs, expand economic opportunity and enhance our national security without raising taxes.