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Fuel Tax Increase Expected in Kansas

May 23, 2002

Gov. Bill Graves is “likely to sign” a bill that would raise the fuel tax in Kansas by 2 cents a gallon, according to the American Trucking Associations. The bill, which would raise the diesel fuel tax to 25 cents per gallon starting July 1, is projected to raise $338 million over the next seven years to go toward road projects.
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