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Actually, I don't think this is insane at all.

Broaden the tax base, lower the rate.

But aren't the news bonds tied directly to the gas tax - or is that on the federal side?

Taxing vehicle regiration more is also a good idea, and you could easily phase as in europe with different engine sizes being taxed at different bands. Of course, we basically had that in Virginia.

I'm glad to see McDonnell throwing a bomb around.

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