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June 23, 2013 12:00 AM

Editorial | Understand history before critizing Infrastructure Bank road spending

Despite a barrage of criticism and demands for change last year, the state Transportation Infrastructure Bank survived the legislative session. Bills dealing with the agency ranged from dissolving it and turning its duties over to the state Department of Transportation, to revising its purpose and using it for repair rather than big new projects.

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