highway tax

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I have never declined paying the highway tax, because I am as desirous of being a good neighbor as I am of being a bad subject; and as for supporting schools, I am doing my part to educate my fellow countrymen now.
Yet.) Keep in mind that a new mileage tax would be piled on top of the highway tax already imposed on gasoline.
Ali Osman Ulusoy, the chairman of the Turkish-Iranian Business Council and the chairman of Commerce & Industry in the northern province of Trabzon, said Turkey should lift fuel tax, and Iran should lift highway tax in order to overcome transportation problems.
He begins by saying he always paid the highway tax "because I am as desirous of being a good neighbor as I am of being a bad subject." This implies Thoreau thought those tax revenues provided worthwhile benefits to his neighbors or.
* The Highway Tax Equity and Simplification Bill of 1999 (INFO 2000-0006).
highway tax revenues -- compares with $40 million allocated for these programs in the previous 18 years combined.
A spokesperson in Congressman Wayne Owens' office in Washington says the funds distributed to Utah equal $1.07 for every highway tax dollar collected in the state, and represents "a big step backward" from our historic average of $1.26 return on our investment.
Even while electing conservative, tax-adverse Republicans, Arkansans also approved the highway tax, showing Arkansans' willingness to invest in projects where they expect a valuable return.
An increase in the current federal highway tax of 18.4 cents per gallon was one of the recommendations in a report by The Road Information Program (TRIP) of Washington, D.C.
"He wouldn't get out there if he thought [the highway tax plan] had a chance of winning or if he even thought it could be close.
A weight- and distance-oriented highway tax structure provides more flexibility to the current tax structure.
Reducing highway tax evasion is another means of increasing program receipts.
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