California’s gas tax used to be straightforward. A sticker on the gas pump told consumers how much they were paying in federal and state taxes. The revenue collected paid for vital transportation needs, like improving roads and highways. Unfortunately, politicians starting raiding the state’s unprotected transportation fund.
California’s gas tax used to be straightforward. A sticker on the gas pump told consumers how much they were paying in federal and state taxes. The revenue collected paid for vital transportation needs, like improving roads and highways. Unfortunately, politicians starting raiding the state’s unprotected transportation fund. Matt Rourke The Associated Press
California’s gas tax used to be straightforward. A sticker on the gas pump told consumers how much they were paying in federal and state taxes. The revenue collected paid for vital transportation needs, like improving roads and highways. Unfortunately, politicians starting raiding the state’s unprotected transportation fund. Matt Rourke The Associated Press

California needs a simpler gas tax, not a higher one

February 21, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED February 22, 2015 12:00 AM

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