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CBS Pittsburgh: Pa. Lawmakers Explore Mileage Tax

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Because gasoline prices have risen, the state’s gasoline revenues have diminished and is causing concern from our state leaders. A new “mileage tax” is being considered as one potential way to alleviate those concerns.

Pennsylvania House Tranportation Committe Chairman Representative Michael McGeehan says the commonwealth has more state highways than New York, New Jersey and New England combined.

He says the state is challenged economically with maintaining our infrastructure.  McGeehan says the “mileage tax” is just a proposal that might help generate new revenues.

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