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August 8, 2014 7:00 PM

Law allowing surcharges for certain traffic violations ought to be repealed

In 2003 the Texas Legislature, facing a projected budget shortfall of almost $10 billion, came up with a lot of schemes to make cuts and to raise revenue, including writing an ill-conceived, overly punitive and unworkable law to assess surcharges for certain traffic violations.

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