gasoline tax

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n gasoline tax a tax on every gallon of gasoline sold
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Usage

In literature:

Gasoline used in commercial cars pays a tax of three-ha'-pence a gallon.
"The Charm of Ireland" by Burton Egbert Stevenson
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In news:

Voters are souring on sales taxes, so why not increase taxes on gasoline to pay for transportation projects.
No on 30 campaign misleads on gasoline tax , school funding, donors.
More than 90 years ago Oregon became the first state to figure out that taxing gasoline was the best - and fairest - way to share the cost of building and maintaining roads.
Electric cars and gasoline tax .
Right now, in Tennessee and I'm sure in a lot of other places, gasoline tax revenue plays a major part in the cost of maintaining and upgrading roads and highways.
A few more words about the gasoline tax .
Governor Bob McDonnell says he is considering multiple funding options for the state's aging transportation system, including indexing the gasoline tax to inflation.
We already pay 29.9 cents in Georgia and federal road taxes per gallon of gasoline.
In his weekly radio and Internet address, President Obama says the "tax giveaways aren't right," especially as gasoline prices soar toward $4 and company profits soar along with them.
Oil companies and taxes are a little like gasoline and lit matches.
Mark Dayton rejected a recommendation to increase Minnesota's gasoline tax by 40 cents a gallon over two decades.
Ironically, the proposal to increase the state's gasoline tax came as a recommendation from his newly appointed transportation commissioner, Charles Zelle.
States eye taxing miles driven , not gasoline.
The Nassau County IDA will provide a sales and use tax exemption, along with other incentives, to owners of retail gasoline stations when they purchase and install the backup generators.
The Nassau County IDA will provide a sales and use tax exemption, along with other incentives , to owners of retail gasoline stations when they purchase and install the backup generators.
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