March 27, 2007

Gas tax increase weighed as option to improve Michigan roads

Grand Haven Tribune:
"The customers at George Fenton's northern Michigan auto repair shop don't like the toll potholes and bumpy roads take on their vehicles.

But motorists are even more fed up with the high price of gasoline, Fenton says, which means many of the customers visiting his Grayling shop probably wouldn't embrace a higher fuel tax to improve state roads.

'Not a chance,' Fenton says. 'Gas is already so expensive.'"


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