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.
Marylanders Fill Up Their Tanks After Gas Tax Suspension Becomes Law
March 21, 2022