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US: highway money so little that states mull tax hikes


Some of the states – even the ones led by Republican politicians – have started debating whether to increase taxes, as infrastructure funds crumble amid lower fuel prices, battered roads and the usual gridlock in Congress. For the US states, among them Iowa, Michigan and New Jersey the options to bring more money for infrastructure projects include hiking the levies at ...
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