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Why does Congress...?

The answer is in the sentence.

I think the US DOT story from Streetsblog was an april fool's joke, unfortunately.

As can be seen by the last line: "Okay, it’s April 1st, and none of these stories are actually happening. But they do paint a pretty compelling picture of what success would look like. Maybe they’re not as far-fetched as they seem."

"Why does Congress keep using hard numbers instead of percentages or goals or inflation-adjusted values?"

Because percentages doesn't buy votes in Iowa.

Yeah, that's what happens when I don't read the whole article.

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