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Feds send $29.5 million to Sask. through Gas Tax Fund

The federal government has made a payment of more than $29.5 million, the first of two annual Gas Tax Fund (GTF) transfers, to the provincial government. 308 more words


Denley: In Ontario, we've got taxes on taxes. Ugh.

In Ontario, we have the income tax, the first income surtax, the second income surtax, the health tax, multiple taxes on beer, wine and cigarettes, and of course, the HST, which taxes almost all the goods you buy and the services you receive, from getting your hair cut to fixing up your home. 619 more words


What's Going On With The NJ Gas Tax?

By: Kyle Thomas

New Jersey is one of the highest spenders when it comes to repairing our own infrastructure. New Jersey is currently allotted a $2.099 billion sum for NJ Transit, which allocates $1.228 billion for state road repairs and $871 million for the Federal Transit program used to repair roads from… 316 more words


Christie Spokesperson: New NJ Gas Tax Proposal Under Review

TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — New Jersey’s Senate president has a new plan to raise the gasoline tax to fund transportation projects.

Democrat Steve Sweeney met with Republican Gov. 259 more words


Support Dropping For Casinos In New Jersey Beyond Atlantic City, Poll Says

TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A new poll shows support lessening for plans to expand casinos in New Jersey beyond Atlantic City.

The Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released Monday also shows a slight majority supports a proposed constitutional amendment to dedicate gas taxes to the state’s transportation trust fund. 295 more words


New Jersey Towns Scramble To Complete Projects Ahead Of Midnight Road Work Stoppage

MINE HILL TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Hundreds of transportation projects will come to a grinding halt in New Jersey.

Governor Chris Christie has issued an executive order to stop them by midnight. 428 more words


California Seeks To Replace Gas Tax With Pay-By-The-Mile Plan

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — California drivers may soon be paying for use of state roads in a pay-by-the-mile program that would replace the state’s gas tax, which is used to fund highway and transportation programs. 207 more words