Lawmaker says highway spending not enough

05/16/2003 | Boston.com

Rep. Don Young, R-Ala., chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, said yesterday that the Bush administration's proposal to spend $247 billion on highways and public transportation was inadequate. Young proposes spending $375 billion and has supported raising gasoline taxes to pay for it. Click here to read AGC's press release on the Bush Administration's TEA-21 reauthorization bill.

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