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November 20, 2013 12:00 AM

Senate plan bodes well for transportation package

A bipartisan transportation revenue package now looks possible after the Republican-controlled Senate Majority Coalition released its proposal to complete unfinished projects and upgrade the state’s deteriorating roadways. The Republican plan closely resembles last spring’s state House plan that the Senate rejected.

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