Keith Laing

The Hill

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Reporter for The Hill, covering transportation policy

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Congress will return from its summer vacation on September 6. On September 30, federal gasoline and diesel taxes are set to expire. Will renewal be Washington's next major battle?

Gas Tax May Be Next Funding Battle

Congress will return from its summer vacation on September 6. On September 30, federal gasoline and diesel taxes are set to expire. Will renewal be Washington's next major battle?

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