Gov. Martin O’Malley signed Maryland’s first gas tax increase in 20 years into law on Thursday and announced $1.2 billion in highway and transit projects.
The Maryland Senate has given final approval to the state’s first gas tax in just over 20 years.
A Senate panel has approved a gas tax measure without making any changes of its own to the plan.
The Maryland House of Delegates has voted to raise taxes on gasoline in the state for the first time in more than two decades.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley on Monday called for establishing a new sales tax on gasoline and enacting other measures to raise hundreds of millions of dollars a year to fund a backlog of transportation projects.
Virginia’s House of Delegates voted 60-40 Friday to approve what would become the first major reform in a generation of the state’s system for financing its highway network.
The Americans for Prosperity Foundation-Maryland plan to release the results of a new study that examines the effects of a gas tax on the state’s middle class.
Maryland House Republicans say the state needs better management of transportation revenue, not more taxes.
A major rewrite of Gov. Bob McDonnell’s road funding overhaul won Senate passage without debate Wednesday.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell says he’s willing to compromise on a key detail of his $3 billion transportation package to get it through the state Senate.
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