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Fix speed cameras, then fix transportation shortfall

I commend The Sun for exposing the problems with the speed cameras in this state ("Stopped car gets speeding citation," Dec. 13). The politicians are at least looking into them.

Now, I would like The Sun to look into the continued raiding of the transportation trust fund by these same politicians. Before we talk of raising the gasoline tax, let's take a look at the misappropriation of this massive fund.

Jim Charvat, Abingdon

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