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State Magically Finds $9.6 Million for Toll Road Study

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The state of Indiana is investing some money to study the impact of tolling on Indiana highways. How much money, you ask? 9.6 million dollars to be exact. It’s a little unclear where the state was able to get this money from, so Rob Kendall joined Hammer and Nigel to try and do some detective work to get to the bottom of this.

“We were told there was literally no money in the budget for roads, to the point where we had to enact the largest tax increase in the history of this state. We kept being told how there was no more money and how fiscally responsible they were being, and yet there was $9.6 million to study tolling."

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