February 1, 2007
By Ronald D. Utt, Ph.D. and Dr. Ronald D. Utt
First appeared on Fredericksburg.com
As you read this, your elected officials are meeting in Richmond and probably still debating the future course of the state's transportation policy. But haven't they done this already, twice? They have, with little to show for the effort. This session marks the third time in twelve months they've come together in a fiscal fandango over how much to spend on roads and buses.
Ronald D. Utt, Ph.D.
Herbert and Joyce Morgan Senior Research Fellow
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Dr. Ronald D. Utt
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