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These bills don't raise taxes. They designate money from spectrum auctions to this specific purpose instead of going into a general fund. I suppose that if the money from general funds is thus diverted, the government can then say it needs to raise taxes, but that's a fairly indirect way to see it. This would be an investment into our educational infrastructure, modelled after the Northwest ordinace, land grant colleges, and the GI bill.

The short version:

Dear Congressperson,
I want more of someone else's money!

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