Devolution deniers

Turning highway investment and funding over to states isn’t the solution

The idea has appealing simplicity—instead of raising federal fuel taxes to pay for infrastructure rebuilding, cut it and let each state determine how much money it needs, which can then be raised through local fuel or sales taxes. It’s called devolution, and the theory behind it is that shifting control to the states will result in more efficient spending of our transportation investments and overall lower costs. 

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