How Should the Government Fix the Highway Trust Fund Shortfall?

Federal highway spending currently exceeds revenues coming into the Highway Trust Fund by $15 billion per year. Do you support

  • Cutting federal highway spending by $15 billion per year
  • Increasing Highway Trust Fund revenue (raising taxes) by $15 billion per year
  • A combination of reducing federal highway spending and raising taxes to balance Highway Trust Fund spending and revenues

If so, where do you feel the greatest cost efficiencies can be found in federal spending programs?

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