A Highway Bill We'll Regret
Credit where it's due: After 10 years, much haggling and several dozen failed attempts, Congress now looks likely to pass a long-term highway bill. It will finally shore up America's ailing roads and bridges. It will sensibly revive the U.S. Export-Import Bank. It even takes a firm stand against automated traffic tickets.
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