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Showing posts with label Gas Tax (Alabama). Show all posts
Showing posts with label Gas Tax (Alabama). Show all posts

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Fill Your Tank Now: Alabama gas tax law goes into effect Labor Day weekend


Alabama gas tax law goes into effect Labor Day weekend


Article Excerpt: "... his weekend, prices will go up by 6 cents. It will then increase by another 2 cents next year and in 2021. After 2023, the tax will fluctuate based on the National Average of Highway Construction costs, but that amount cannot go up or down by more than a penny a gallon..."


Reference: www.waaytv.com

Friday, March 8, 2019

Alabama House approves gas tax increase


Alabama House approves gas tax increase


Article Excerpt: "... Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has approved a 10-cent-a-gallon gas tax increase to fund road and bridge construction. The increase would be phased in over three years. The state tax would then be adjusted with construction costs up to a penny every two years. The proposal would also place an annual fee on electric and hybrid vehicles..."


Reference: www.waaytv.com

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Gov. Ivey calls special session focused on gas tax


Gov. Ivey calls special session focused on gas tax


Article Excerpt: "... the special session “will focus on legislation to levy an additional excise tax on gasoline and diesel fuel..."


Reference: www.wsfa.com

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Higher Taxes: Tommy Battle joins Kay Ivey in support of Alabama fuel tax


Higher Taxes: Tommy Battle joins Kay Ivey in support of Alabama fuel tax


Article Excerpt: "... There is opposition to the tax proposal. The Republican Party’s state executive committee voted last Saturday to oppose a gas tax...Opponents formed a new political action committee, Stop the Alabama Gas Tax..."


Reference: www.al.com

Saturday, February 23, 2019

Proposed Alabama gas tax increase moves forward


Proposed gas tax increase moves forward


Article Excerpt: "... League of Municipalities confirmed that the organization, along with the Counties Association and Gov. Kay Ivey, came to an agreement this week on the matter. The bill, which is expected to be introduced in the Alabama Legislature in March, proposes a 12-cent tax increase ..."


Reference: www.bizjournals.com