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Capitol Newsletter: More help for rural roads doesn't thrill politicians
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Rural towns are facing a transportation crunch triggered by shifting state priorities, heavier trucks and equipment, and changing demographics. Early estimates suggest the transportation fund will face a $650 million gap in the 2015-2017 biennium, but rural townships are also concerned about getting what they see as their fair share of state transportation dollars. The winners of the November election will be facing a call for additional tax dollars for transportation needs.

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