Title

"Commentary." State legislation costs Portland untold money for enforcement, oft

Authors

Frank Akers

Source

Biz

Date

3-1-1996

Pages

8

Abstract

"Commentary." State legislation costs Portland untold money for enforcement, often with little return. For example, the city funds the Police Department, but fines they collect go to the state. Elections and car testing are other examples of state regulations typified by the new Portland-South Portland bridge, which will cost 20% more than a neighborhood-friendly tunnel.

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