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Marylanders Fill Up Their Tanks After Gas Tax Suspension Becomes Law

March 21, 2022

Marylanders are seeing some relief at the gas pumps this weekend after Gov. Larry Hogan signed emergency legislation that suspends the state’s 36-cent-per-gallon gas tax.  Hogan and Maryland General Assembly leaders signed the legislation into law on Friday, enacting the suspension for 30 days.  “As soon as I saw the numbers change I was like, well, it’s time to fill everything up,” said a man named Zach who was filling up his car and power washer at a gas station on Key Highway on Saturday afternoon.
Article Source: WJZ-TV

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