Don't forget that the money being taxed through the corporation often comes from elsewhere. In the case of Google and other multi-nationals the money can be coming from other countries so it essentially can be like free money to the people of the host country for the corporation because the net tax rate (corporate plus income) can be lower because of the money flowing in from outside the country.
Of course that means the reverse can also be true and money can be flowing out of the country because few corporations are located within it.
the District's Board Policy Manual explicitly states "a student shall retain all rights to work created as part of the instruction or using District technology resources."
In recent years, however, it was determined that the relationship between axle weights and pavement damage is complex and varies based on numerous variables, including environmental factors, type of terrain and roadway design. The National Pavement Cost Model (NAPCOM), which is the pavement model currently used by FHWA, estimates that for some types of pavement deterioration, doubling the axle load causes 15 to 20 times as much damage; for other types of deterioration, doubling the load only doubles the damage.
The U.S. Department of Transportation in its most recent Highway Cost Allocation Study estimated that light single-unit trucks, operating at less than 25,000 pounds, pay 150 percent of their road costs while the heaviest tractor-trailer combination trucks, weighing over 100,000 pounds, pay only 50 percent of their road costs.