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Sure, more money is also going to the rest of the state as well. I'm sorry, that is the nature of being part of state.

I agree that it's the penalty we pay for being tied to downstate VA unless we want to secede (which I'm not proposing). But, how is this a "huge win" for NOVA? If NOVA is the winner, who is the loser? And, don't tell me it's win-win because money is zero sum.

The simpler explanation is that this bill is a huge win for downstate VA since it represents a transfer of wealth from NOVA to them.

by Falls Church on Feb 25, 2013 12:15 pm • linkreport

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