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Tell Your Members of Congress: Support the Transportation Empowerment Act

The TEA Act takes out the federal middleman and empowers states to fund their own transportation projects.

06/30/2014
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Key Vote YES on T-HUD Appropriations Amendments

As one of our over 6 million FreedomWorks activists nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and urge him or her to vote YES on the following amendments to the Transportation and Housing & Urban Development (T-HUD) appropriations bill, H.R. 4745. FreedomWorks may score votes for any of the following fiscally conservative amendments in its 2014 Congressional Scorecard.

06/09/2014
Flying Cars vs Spying Cars
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Flying Cars vs Spying Cars

Let’s be honest: by now, we were supposed to have flying cars. Do you see any flying cars? No, nor do I. What’s worse is that people seem to think that they’re the top priority in automotive technology. The U.S. Department of Transportation wants cars to be able to “talk” to each other by 2017. It’s Big Brother’s Dream come true.

02/18/2014
Oregon Mileage Tax Proposal Fails To Solve the Root Problem
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Oregon Mileage Tax Proposal Fails To Solve the Root Problem

If you take a walk, I'll tax your feet.

10/24/2013
Electric Cars Bring Unintended Consequences to California
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Electric Cars Bring Unintended Consequences to California

The 1970s were awful and not just because of the fashion. The decade of Nixon, Ford and Carter was plagued with skyrocketing oil prices, hours-long lines at gas stations, and ubiquitous warnings of environmental catastrophe.

08/20/2013
Portland As Mass Transit Mecca: A Failure To Launch
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Portland As Mass Transit Mecca: A Failure To Launch

Oregon's largest city, Portland, has long been a model of transit planning and alternate forms of transportation.

07/30/2013
Key Vote: NO on the Senate T-HUD Appropriations
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Key Vote: NO on the Senate T-HUD Appropriations

Dear FreedomWorks member, 

07/29/2013
"Green" Cars Aren't as Clean as Promoted
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"Green" Cars Aren't as Clean as Promoted

The American government loves electric cars. President Obama dreams of having a million of them on our roads, and our government is actively promoting them. While picking winners and losers, the government has used taxpayer money to back quite a few losers over the years.

07/02/2013
Solution for Collapsing Bridges: Leave Politics Out of It
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Solution for Collapsing Bridges: Leave Politics Out of It

Last week, the collapse of the Skagit River Bridge on I-5 in Northern Washington, 40 miles south of the Canadian border, brought the national spotlight back to a perennial claim - that thousands of bridges across the nation are near collapse due to years of reduced transportation funding.

05/31/2013
High-speed Fail
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High-speed Fail

Just imagine it: Sleek bullet trains zipping up one coast and down the other at dizzying speeds, filled with lounging hipsters sipping macchiatos and listening to understated Scandinavian techno in pollution-free comfort. The way it’s been sold, high-speed rail sounds far superior to fighting traffic in a Kia or being sardined into an overbooked airplane.

03/28/2013

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