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"Smart growth community essentially sold down the river for Medicaid expansion."

1. The principle of taxing gas was retained, and if and when gas taxes go up, the revenue will be greater than the in rem tax.

2. The tax on vehicles won't be good for discouraging their use, but it will at least be a break for car free folks

3. As this post points out, we now have the opportunity to fight on a project by project basis - the game is not over.

4. Medicaid expansion is probably our biggest opportunity to expand the social safety net in Va for a long time, and is worth some of the loss of general fund expenditures on social services.

by AWalkerInTheCity on Feb 25, 2013 10:44 am • linkreport

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