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Virginia lawmakers headed for showdown over transportation

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The Virginia Senate passed a nickel gas tax increase on Wednesday that will help generate $4.5 billion for crumbling roads and bridges around the state over the next five years. But that proposal differs drastically from Gov. Bob McDonnell's House-approved plan to eliminate the gas tax and raise the sales tax to bring in $3 billion for transportation. If lawmakers cannot bridge that gap before...

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