East Coast states want to tax drivers’ travel, not their gas - The Washington Post. (Note: the idea of this drives me crazy. Let's just keep taxing the people who can least afford it - the ones who have older cars because they can't afford the newer, more fuel efficient models and live farther from where they work because they can't afford the outrageous mortgages or rents to live closer. And let's not even consider that the state would know exactly where you are at every moment.)
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