Lydia Holland replaces the gas nozzle after filling up at a gas station in Sacramento in 2014. The California gas tax to pay for road improvements pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown and Democrats could go before voters for repeal.
Lydia Holland replaces the gas nozzle after filling up at a gas station in Sacramento in 2014. The California gas tax to pay for road improvements pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown and Democrats could go before voters for repeal. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
Lydia Holland replaces the gas nozzle after filling up at a gas station in Sacramento in 2014. The California gas tax to pay for road improvements pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown and Democrats could go before voters for repeal. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file