Roads and Politics

A permanent solution for dried up road funding includes a gasoline tax increase. But the spark of public support is essential.

Speaker of the House Mac McCutcheon says that it would take a 12-cent gas tax increase to get the state back where it was in the early 1990s. Photo by Robert Fouts Everyone complains about Alabama roads, whether they’re backed up in interstate traffic in Birmingham and Mobile or taking a…

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