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By Tim DolanPosted March 08, 2018 08:08:12I like my job.
I have been with The American Conservatives for 23 years.
I am a Republican, and I think we should be looking at some serious policy changes to help people get around and make our communities safer.
A big one would be an overhaul of Ohio’s transportation infrastructure, which has long been plagued by underinvestment.
There are a number of ways to do that, and one of them is to give the state’s roads a boost by getting more state money to improve and repair them.
In the past, Ohio was a net builder of roads, but now it is a net seller.
The number of miles traveled per vehicle has dropped since 2006, and we are seeing fewer people get hurt on our roads than they were in 2006.
Ohio has one of the nation’s lowest rates of pedestrian and cyclist deaths per capita, and a number a studies have linked the drop in traffic fatalities to better roadway infrastructure.
But even though Ohio’s roads are improving, we still have some work to do.
We need to make sure our public transportation systems are more accessible and accessible to people with disabilities.
I also think the state needs to take a more active role in the national debate on the role of cars in driving.
One of the things we have seen in recent years is a rise in the popularity of electric vehicles.
There are lots of reasons for that, but the main one is they are more environmentally friendly, they are cleaner, they don’t require a lot of fuel and they can be used anywhere.
So it is good to see that interest in electric vehicles has picked up, but there are still a lot more roads to be built and upgraded in Ohio than people realize.
And I think there are a lot fewer people who drive in Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati.
I know many of you are excited about the growth of new schools, but I think the real challenge for Ohio is to make our roads safe for everyone.
Ohio has one-fifth of the states population, but we still do not have a safe highway system.
That is a problem that can’t be fixed by the state government alone.
The governor has the power to make changes.
The Republican governor is committed to making Ohio’s infrastructure more accessible to all Ohioans, but his focus on infrastructure will not be matched by a focus on reducing traffic deaths and improving safety for Ohioans.
I believe that Ohioans should be concerned about how the state is going to spend its money and whether the money will be well spent.
So I want to make that clear to you.
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