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NJ Budget Analysts and Consumer Advocates Take on Gas Tax Hike reports, “With the state Legislature poised to approve a 23-cent-a-gallon increase in the gas tax Wednesday — along with a decrease in the sales tax and the elimination of the estate tax — budget analysts and consumer advocates complained bitterly on Tuesday that the average New Jerseyan would pay a lot more at the pump […] The post NJ Budget Analysts and Consumer Advocates Take on Gas Tax Hike appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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