Brown’s gas-tax win shows needed sanity on roads

The Legislature’s rapid approval of gas and fee hikes this week to fund a $52 billion, 10-year program to fix roads, highways and bridges was a welcome sign that Sacramento is capable of decisive action, at least when Democrats have supermajorities of both the Assembly and Senate. California’s roads and highways are in poor shape — a problem that isn’t just a hassle for individual drivers but a dire drag on the state’s economy.


Source: San Diego Union-Tribune

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