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Proposed Ballot Question Would Repeal State Gas Tax Adjustments

Tying Tax To Inflation Rates Is The Correct Approach

This November, Massachusetts voters will have many important choices before them when they walk into the voting booth, including the election of a new governor. All of the offices and issues on the 2014 ballot are critical. However, the outcome of one ballot question in particular will directly impact the Massachusetts economy and the quality of life for our residents: The question on whether to repeal the new law that allows for the state gas tax to be adjusted based on inflation rates.

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