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Higher Gas Taxes
Higher Gas Taxes

AIR DATE: September 5, 2013

Clark County Commissioners voted on Tuesday to link local taxes on gasoline to inflation. That promises to automatically replenish the funding for infrastructure in the country. The sole dissenter was County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak. Why was the commission so ready to build in automatic increases and what will we get for the money?


Steve Sebelius, political columnist, Las  Vegas Review-Journal

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