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Want better roads and bridges? Then raise the gas tax

  To the editor: Tim Phillips wrongly suggests that an increased gas tax would have an adverse effect on our national economy. (“A higher gasoline tax would throttle back economic growth,” Op-Ed, Jan. 28. Boosting the gas tax, which is a user
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AIA’s Jeff Loveng’s Letter to the Editor Featured in USA Today

  Highway maintenance The Opposing view, “Send gas tax money to states,” suggests that funding national infrastructure projects at a state level is a viable option for maintaining our interstate highway system (Monday). Localization would harm small cities and rural
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AIA’s Jeff Loveng Discusses The Highway Trust Fund and The Federal Role In Highway Funding

America’s Infrastructure Alliance CEO Jeff Loveng joined a series of panelists on “The Sound of Ideas,” a radio program on the NPR station in Cleveland…

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America’s Infrastructure Alliance Applauds House Passage of Water Resources Bill

America’s Infrastructure Alliance, a non-profit supporting smart spending on America’s national infrastructure, commends the House of Representatives on the passage of the Water Resources Reform and Development

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Watch Live: Hearing on USHR12 Transportation & Infrastructure

Watch the live hearing on USHR12 Transportation & Infrastructure:          

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Reuters: A Road Paved With Sand – Jeff Loveng

A Reuters op-ed by Jeff Loveng published on December 4, 2013 Bills have been introduced into both the House and the Senate to dismantle the federal government’s role in interstate highways and leave that massive responsibility to individual states. Tea
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