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This entire conversation is kinda ridiculous. DC managed a 240 million surplus this year, a 90 million surplus last year.If DC wanted to fund this ~30 million dollar program, it could easily. Tying affordable housing programs to something like driver fines is beyond ridiculous. Why not increase the alcohol tax in the District and pay for it via that. With the goober hipsters paying 7 bucks for a can of PBR as it is, it isn't like they will miss it. Or add it on to cell phone bills or property tax. Tying it to speeding tickets is completely juvenile.

by affordable housing on Nov 19, 2012 6:46 pm • linkreport

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