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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Duncan P. Reid
"The General Assembly could rationally conclude that dangerous Virginia drivers, by virtue of the fact that they constantly drive on Virginia roads, impose a greater burden on the Commonwealth's resources than drivers who are merely passing through the Commonwealth," Chief Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney Duncan P. Reid said in a brief filed in Henrico County Circuit Court.
Mr. Reid argued that it was rational for the General Assembly to assume it would be nearly impossible to collect the fees from out-of-state drivers.