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This Jan. 7, 2009, photo shows a sign warning motorists that part of South Dakota Highway 20 is a gravel road in Prairie City. A South Dakota senator who has long urged additional funding for state highways says he plans to take a measured approach in his next attempt to boost the state taxes that support road construction and maintenance. (AP file photo)

State senator, Mitchell's Vehle, eyes 2015 boost in road taxes

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By Chet Brokaw

PIERRE — A federal infusion of recession stimulus spending helped South Dakota catch up on road projects, and now a Mitchell lawmaker plans to take a look on whether the state should raise taxes to keep up with construction and maintenance.

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