Gas Tax Increase
In just nine days, Maryland gets its first gas tax increase in 20 years. It’s meant to fund transportation projects statewide.
Gas prices in Maryland are going up. Late Friday afternoon the governor’s gas tax bill sailed through the Senate by a vote of 27 to 20.
Maryland’s first gas tax increase in two decades cleared a Senate committee on Thursday, paving the way for people to pay nearly 4 cents more per gallon in July and for additional increases in coming years.
A House panel voted 15-4 on Monday for a gas tax measure to raise hundreds of millions of dollars per year, but with some changes to the plan initially submitted by Gov. Martin O’Malley.
Prices at the pump may be going up. Governor Martin O’Malley has unveiled his new transportation plan, which includes an increase in the gas tax.
The wheels are in motion for a gas tax hike. Several proposals are popping up in Annapolis. Some of them are new.
Sticker shock! Gas prices top $4 a gallon at some Maryland stations as the governor prepares his formal push to raise the gas tax.
With the price of gas as high as it is, the idea of adding more in gas taxes doesn’t sit well with many drivers.
With the start of the General Assembly just days away, lawmakers are preparing to tackle some controversial topics, including a proposed hike in the gasoline tax.
The price at the pump will be getting even higher if Governor Martin O’Malley has his way. He wants to raise the gas tax.
A gas tax increase got another airing in the General Assembly Tuesday. Members of key House committees were briefed on the makings of a jobs creation package Governor Martin O’Malley intends to win approval for next year.
Maryland lawmakers appear to be moving closer to a gas tax increase, despite voter disapproval.