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Thread: Anti-Urban States Aren't Just Hurting Their Cities

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    Default Anti-Urban States Aren't Just Hurting Their Cities

    May want to consider this if you plan on voting for Kenney.
    https://www.citylab.com/equity/2017/12/anti-urban-states-arent-just-hurting-their-cities/548801/

    Whenever I travel to blue cities in red states, I hear the same refrain: “The folks in our state government and state legislature are against us.” Or, “How can we prosper when our state leaders are cutting funding to universities, or doing intolerant things like reneging on women’s and gay rights, and passing bathroom bills?” Often they ask me: “How can we protect all the things we’ve done to improve our city in the face of such backward policies and initiatives?”
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    ^what has the NDP done for urban policy since being elected? What did the last PC government do against the Cities? I think this is more driven by the choices of the city, not the province, in Canada with respect to urban planning (growth planning, and similar).

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    More gibberish from moahunter

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    More or less doesn’t matter. We have to be rowing in the same direction otherwise our efforts are futile.

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