doesn't reflect if it was driven on private roads or out of state.
Neither does a gas tax so no harm done. By switching *every* state to this, the in a different state issues wash. My home state gets my mileage tax (and a separate federal one too...just like the gas tax) so everybody is still paying basically the same tax they were before but it might very slightly change to whom that tax is paid.
It's a non-issue.
It's why travel expense are now done per diem rather than individually expensed. it's massive overhead when you can do 'enough' by just giving your people the rated per diem amount for the city and calling it a day.
Sure it might be nice to charge people different amounts on different roads, but do we seriously need that level of minutia...that we don't have now?
But to be pedantic, there isn't anywhere on earth that you can currently stand on the surface of the earth that actually works. water at the north pole and way way too much ice to be on the 'surface' at the south pole
National Security Agency.
They hack everything already. You do NOT want them hacking the votes. Given the complete lack of oversight and their already loose definition of 'legal' and 'overseas'...it sets up a perfect storm of an unanswerable rogue agency wagging the dog to get the pro-forma oversight they 'want'.
As others have noted, not having to wait hours for downloads has benefits to productivity as well as creativity.
Feel free to try and explain why you NEED those...