HUNTSVILLE RADIO: Gas tax increase should be offset with a tax decrease on something else

Feb 27, 2019

API Senior Fellow J. Pepper Bryars recently discussed the proposal to raise Alabama’s gas tax on the Fred Holland Show, 105.3 FM WTKI in Huntsville. Bryars said that if our lawmakers raise the gas tax to increase funding for roads and bridges, they ought to decrease taxes on something else so that the total burden on […]

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