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No Consensus On How To Increase Transportation Funding

March 4th, 2013 by WCBC Radio

Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley, Senate President Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael Busch met last week to once again discuss transportation funding. The governor has called on lawmakers to approve an increase in transportation funding either in the form of a gasoline sales tax, or an increase in the sales tax, though he has not introduced his own proposal. Miller has introduced a number of bills. The state's 23.5-cent-a-gallon gasoline tax has not been increased in 20 years. While the meeting was described by all three parties as productive- there is still no consensus moving forward. Governor O’Malley said it’s not an issue that can be put off…

One Response to “No Consensus On How To Increase Transportation Funding”

  1. March 04, 2013 at 9:17 am, Joe said:

    O`Malley and Miller should payback Moneys Stole with Interest. Then Issue would be solved there will be No GAS TAX,so O`Malley ,Miller can forget the idea!!


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