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Indiana Lawmakers Calling For Hybrid Road Tax

A new proposal would require owners of clean energy vehicles to pay a road use tax in place of gas tax.

Published: 18-Feb-2013

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - Some people who are saving on gas with hybrid cars may need to pay up in a new way.

A new proposal is heading toward the Indiana House and would tax hybrid vehicle owners.

Some state lawmakers say there's a necessity to create a new tax in order to pay for good roads, our sister station WTHI reports.

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