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Missourians could get Six-Month Tax Holiday on All Motor Fuel Sales

FILE - An attendant walks past a pump at a station selling gas at over $6 a gallon, Monday, March 7, 2022, in Los Angeles. Governors and state lawmakers across the U.S. are scrambling to provide relief from soaring prices at the gas pump. They are discussing ways to lower or suspended gas taxes, but taking that step has not proved easy, since much of that money goes toward repair of roads and bridges. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

(MISSOURINET) –  Two state lawmakers are trying to reduce the pain at the gas pump. Representatives Travis Fitzwater of Holts Summit and Adam Schwadron of St. Charles are proposing to give Missourians a one-time six-month tax holiday on all motor fuel sales.

Fitzwater, a Republican, says Missourians are struggling through inflation and increasing costs of gas.

The Missouri Department of Transportation says the bill could result in a reduction of transportation funding of about 1.3-billion in state and federal dollars. A Missouri House committee has not yet voted on the bills.



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