GA Gas Tax

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

More pain at the pump is on the way for Georgia
residents.
The state's gas tax is set to rise by about 3 cents a gallon on
Sunday when the gas tax automatically increases. It's part of a
complicated formula that kicks in twice each year. In May and
January each year the state gas tax is adjusted pegged to the
average price of gas, and when that price rises, the tax jumps as
well.
There's little state officials can do to stop the hike, aside
from an executive order by the governor to freeze the rate.
Gov. Nathan Deal said it was unlikely he would do so, but said
lawmakers can vote to adjust the formula if they choose.


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  • by t'ville Location: ga. on Apr 28, 2011 at 10:42 AM
    and this is why i get up everyday and go to work.cause somebody on welfare is depending on me !!!!!!!
  • by GG Location: GA on Apr 28, 2011 at 07:21 AM
    Really?????....As if gas is not high enough already....Georgia should be in great financial shape with the high state taxes we pay each pay check and purchases.......And now hike the price of gas....Someone has to do something with the economic backfall......America is going backwards on a fast track.........Government promises never pan out......America will fall if we dont get someone to lead this country like it needs to be led....
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