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Spending money first on lowering speeding tickets runs counter to the Mayor's and Council's own commitments to fund key programs with the first available resources.

I'm pretty sure that Mayor Gray is sympathetic to this cause, as he has spoken out in the past about the budgetary impact of the proposed reductions in speeding tickets. The momentum is coming from the Council members, who have probably reasoned that lowering speeding tickets is a bigger vote-winner than whatever it is the Housing Production Trust Fund does.

by renegade09 on Nov 19, 2012 3:08 pm • linkreport

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