Iowa Lawmakers Seek to Boost Fuel Tax

Chair of the Iowa House Transportation Committee, Rep. Josh Byrnes, R-Osage, filed an amendment to a bill that would gradually increase the state fuel tax by 10 cents, though the measure awaits floor debate in the Iowa House. Under the proposal, the current fuel tax of 22 cents per gallon would increase by 3 cents July 1 and another 6 cents beginning July 1, 2014.


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