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U.S. shuns some big public works projects

By ?DAVID PORTER and ?MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press Writers NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey’s governor wants to kill a $9 billion-plus train tunnel to New York City because of runaway costs. Six thousand miles away, Hawaii’s outgoing governor is ...

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Industry warns against toll road rejection (access required)

By Justin Kern Special to The Daily Reporter Supporting toll roads in the state could mean doom to an office seeker’s campaign. But advocates for tolls and other revenue sources say avoiding tolls altogether could mean worse for the roads ...

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Cities wait for road money ruling from attorney general

By Sean Ryan Municipal officials facing backlogs of roadwork are waiting on a Wisconsin attorney general’s opinion that could give them a new source of construction money. The idea of using tax-incremental financing to rebuild deteriorating roads started in the ...

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