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July 31 - August 6, 2016

New Jersey recently called for a stop to any transportation infrastructure work that was deemed "nonessential," because the state's legislature couldn't agree on a funding mechanism. Is a summer roadwork shutdown a viable option for a government that's having trouble lining up money?


Only in extreme cases—and if lawmakers put construction crews out of work, they should stop collecting paychecks themselves until it's worked out.
Yes. If the government doesn't have the money, it can't spend the money—it's as simple as that.
No. A legislature that can't work together is no reason to neglect infrastructure and put road crews out of work, even temporarily.

Voting for this poll closed on Saturday, August 6, 2016



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