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  • Mr. Albo said Virginia is "right on track" to meet the projected $65 million, based on a similar program in Texas.

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  • "If people want to run on increasing taxes on law-abiding citizens and cutting taxes on drunk drivers, then we can have that debate because that is what it is all about," he said.

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