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I think some of you are barking up the wrong tree. If its environmentally conscoius smart growth you want, increasing the gas tax to pay for more roads is not what you want. If ypu thomk that the imcrease will go to something other than roads, ypu're dreaming. Your best hope for smart growth is to hope for more local control and less federal or even state interference. Take a look at what arlington has to do to fend off state interference in their smart growth. And, bear in mind that VA is a purple state thats pretty representative of where the country stands on the political divide.

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