OPINION: Taxes Not The Answer To Road Repairs

California’s roads are full of potholes and in terrible condition, and George Runner from the State Board of Equalization says the culprit is misplaced spending priorities. Runner writes in the Ceres Courier that existing revenues are more than adequate to pay for repairing California’s highways. Runner also implies that large amounts of existing revenues never go to repairing roads, but high profile projects like the high speed rail.

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