by Emily Goff
The Heritage Foundation
March 25, 2013
In addressing transportation funding challenges, lawmakers should avoid saddling their citizens with onerous tax increases. Instead, they should examine current spending and rethink costly, underperforming programs in order to efficiently deploy resources while living within their means. The onerous tax hikes that Virginia and Maryland would impose on their motorists, consumers, and businesses do not meet this test.



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