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Lawmaker Wants $2.1B For Roads

January 10, 2014

CHARLESTON (AP) — A House Roads and Transportation Committee chairwoman said Thursday she will seek a ballot measure authorizing $2.1 billion in bonds for road repairs and construction....

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UNCOMMONSENSE

Jan-10-14 5:58 PM

"We don't have a billion dollars sitting around spare in a bank account anywhere," he said. "Somebody's got to pay for it. If the people vote that they're willing to pay for it, then that's fine - they have decided that they're willing to pay a little extra to take care of the roads that are so critical to taking care of their communities, their cities, their homes, their jobs and their businesses."

WHAT A JOKE!!!!!!!

And these progressive liberal clowns have the nerve to expect the people to pay for the pulverized roads the GAS industry has created!!!!!

This is playing out EXACTLY as I predicted!!!!!

This MUST not stand!!!!!!

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RealConcernefCitizen

Jan-10-14 1:27 PM

Triton hit the nail on the head. He just stood up and lied! And the Secretary of WV DOT just stated that they have no interest at utilizing Public Private Partnerships to raise revenues, even though these PPPs raise revenues all across the world. Seems like the WVDOT Secretary doesn't see any need to raise revenue? What a severe disconnect between the needs of the WV and the State Officials understanding.

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Triton

Jan-10-14 8:42 AM

Anyone remember the Used Car Salespeople we call legislators telling us that the engery industry is putting millions into a road repair fund for when the major drilling is over the incredible destruction of secondary roads will be repaired? Anyone remember Governor Tanning Bed telling us that? So now we the state may have to put it on the ballot to raise funds to the fix the roads. Lemme think..the gas drillers are not leaving, they are here like bottle flies on roadkill for our minerals and yet our politicos want us to now pay for the road repair. The state waved a magic wand and excused the drillers from any weight restrictions so they could crush the roads into dust but now we are going to have to pony it up to fix them ourselves. Most saw that coming. And yet Gov Tanman told us just this week we are all rich and things are swell in Dogpatch.

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mikeyd

Jan-10-14 6:28 AM

audit this staggering dem.you politicians have made all of our money disappear and yet you want more to do the same.since you all have stolen all of our tax money pay for the roads yourselves.politicians all get rich.the audits may be a real eye-opener for the commoners that pay to support this state.we'll see if anybody gets fired for stealing our tax dollars.

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SMART1

Jan-10-14 4:29 AM

What are they doing with all the gasoline tax money now?? I remember Gus Douglass loaned it all out to his Democrat friends!! More Audits please!!

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