Ohio Drivers Will Pay More Fuel Tax to Fill Up This Summer

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Ohio Drivers will pay more fuel tax to fill up this summer.

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State legislators have just agreed on a 10.5 cent-per-gallon gas tax increase. Beginning in July, Ohio drivers will pay 38.5 cents total tax for a gallon of gas and 47 cents total tax for a gallon of diesel. 

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House Speaker Larry Householder, addressed the media moments after the agreement was reached.

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“What’s important is, we feel like this is going to get us through four or five years, and in the meantime we’re going to study where Ohio’s evolving,” said House Speaker Larry Householder.

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“I won’t say it’s a win or loss for any particular chamber, I think if nothing else it’s a win for the people of Ohio, they’re going to have a better infrastructure system,” said Senator Scott Oelslager.

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Additionally, beginning next year, the front license plate will no longer be required for Ohio drivers.

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