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Fix infrastructure but leave gas tax alone
The Maryland legislative pre-session gas tax drumbeats have certainly begun in earnest, as your recent editorial substantiates ("Pump up the economy," Nov. 25). Not much has changed regarding increasing the gas tax from our or our customers' perspective, the motoring public. Gas prices are still extremely high, and our economy is still in struggle mode. Volatility of gas prices still exists and the brief respite at $3.50 a gallon — if you consider $3.50 a bargain — could quickly be erased.
December 5, 2012