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Commonwealth Institute: Youngkin’s Gas Tax Proposal Misses the Mark: Majority of “Savings” Would Flow to Oil Industry and People Who Don’t Live in Virginia

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The following press release, from the Commonwealth Institute, finds that, as usual, Glenn Youngkin’s ideas badly “miss the mark.” In this case, “30% of the projected ‘savings’ from this plan would likely flow to oil producers, rather than fully passed onto motorists.” And if that’s not bad enough, Youngkin’s “proposal would also partly  reverse the bipartisan progress made over the past decade to invest more — not less — in maintaining and improving state transportation systems.” Dumb, dumber, dumbest…

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