Common Ground: Rebuilding After Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapse

Maryland residents are still grappling with the aftermath of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse — as the vital structure provided a key trade route for companies across America, over 15,000 jobs, and a huge income source for Baltimore’s economy. The incident caught the attention of lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, and now bipartisan efforts are in place to ensure the bridge is rebuilt as soon as possible. 

Maryland Governor Wes Moore (D) and Congressman Andy Harris (R-MD), two men leading the charge on repair efforts, discuss how long they believe it will take before the Francis Scott Key Bridge is back operating, how much the cost of rebuilding may impact taxpayers, and how they’re working to help those who lost jobs due to the incident.

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