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Gov. Christie Agrees to Gas Tax Hike, Ends Funding Impasse

The New York Times reports, “… on Friday, a day after a fatal train crash in Hoboken focused attention on the troubled conditions of the state-run railroad, Mr. Christie, a Republican, finally gave way by accepting the first tax increase during his seven years in office. He said he had agreed to raise the gas tax […] The post Gov. Christie Agrees to Gas Tax Hike, Ends Funding Impasse appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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