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Va. lawmakers OK historic plan to build and fix roads

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RICHMOND -- The Virginia Senate on Saturday reached a historic agreement that raises $880 million a year in new taxes and fees to fix roads and unclog congested highways in the D.C. region. The plan, approved earlier by the House, now goes to Gov. Bob McDonnell, who becomes the first governor since 1986 to successfully push through the General Assembly a measure that raises new transportation...

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