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Interesting, particularly for the stark state of virginia graph. Do you by any chance have any information/opinion on the impact of MPG or vehicular weight on the gas tax? I'd be most interested to hear about the impact of the gas tax (inflation adjusted) normalized to miles driven. I think different normalizations effect the different goals of gas tax, things like -- infrastructure maintainance, infrastructure improvements, environmental offset, the gov'ts impact in obtaining gas, etc.

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