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By A Smith (anonymous) | Posted April 24, 2009 at 18:01:32

Highwater, Jason, or Ryan, before you get too inebriated, can you offer an explanation supporting the theory that public rail transit will lead to lower tax rates? In Boston, they have had rail transit for many decades and yet tax rates were over 2% as recently as 1985. How could this have been if rail transit is so effective at stimulating private investment?

Furthermore, only after the politicians were disciplined by a hard cap on spending has the population rebounded, tax rates been cut in half and assessment grown by over 500%. How do you explain this?

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