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Governor Says Gasoline Legislation Will Be Formally Introduced This Week

February 15th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley says he has "signed off" on legislation to impose a sales tax on gasoline purchases to fund highway projects. The governor wants to phase-in the 6% sales tax over three years, but the bill would include language to halt tax collections, if the price of gasoline reaches a certain level. Speaking to WBAL News this week, O'Malley would not say what that level would be, nor would he offer any details of the bill. He says there have been some delays but the bill would be formally introduced this week…

One Response to “Governor Says Gasoline Legislation Will Be Formally Introduced This Week”

  1. February 16, 2012 at 2:52 am, Joe said:

    O`Malley doesn`t care about consumers all he wants is to replace moneys he blew robbing Peter to pay Paul, now he thinks he can get in Tax payer pocket again and get more money, I don`t know about the rest of Tax payers but I don`t have any more Money for O`Malleys screw up`s, and to think he wants to run for President in 2016, What a JOKE, just what America needs another Obama want a be, I say IMPEACH O`Malley now and Ban him from Public Office FOREVER!!!!!!!

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