Morning commuter traffic crawls in the westbound lanes of Interstate 10 near downtown Los Angeles, in this 1999 file photo. California motorists drive 330 billion miles a year, creating the nation’s worst traffic congestion and pounding roadways so badly that it has one of the nation’s worst pavement condition levels.
Morning commuter traffic crawls in the westbound lanes of Interstate 10 near downtown Los Angeles, in this 1999 file photo. California motorists drive 330 billion miles a year, creating the nation’s worst traffic congestion and pounding roadways so badly that it has one of the nation’s worst pavement condition levels. REED SAXON AP file
Morning commuter traffic crawls in the westbound lanes of Interstate 10 near downtown Los Angeles, in this 1999 file photo. California motorists drive 330 billion miles a year, creating the nation’s worst traffic congestion and pounding roadways so badly that it has one of the nation’s worst pavement condition levels. REED SAXON AP file

Brown right, anti-tax motorists are freeloaders

May 26, 2017 05:02 PM