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orulz: if RPP goes to $800, they could use the money to lower other taxes, especially property. It also has a clear positive externality: increases the supply of parking, decreases traffic, and encourages alternatives. Current RPP is a subsidy for car ownership. Why should those too poor to own a car be subsidizing others?

by SJE on Dec 10, 2012 12:16 pm • linkreport

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