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Yes, the Gas Tax is a slippery slope that could lead to making all taxes automaticallly increase with inflation
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The Massachusetts Automatic Gas Tax Increase Repeal Initiative is a proposed 2014 ballot measure that would repeal the 2013 law that automatically increases gas taxes with the rate of inflation and is sponsored by Jeffrey T. Kuhner, President of the Edmund Burke Institute for American Renewal. Learn more or See recent gas tax news
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Yes - this is the only way to make energy costs begin to reflect their real cost to society and encourage the development of less damaging sources of energy. 5 years ago from a Democrat in North Billerica, MA
Only if deductions increase with inflation i.e the government allowance for medical deduction for traveling to and from medical needs. $ .24 cents per mile, and the death benefit from Social Security is $250.00. Have these kept up with inflation. Far
... 5 years ago from a Libertarian in Hudson, MA
Only if the taxes are equally distributed to the entire state. 5 years ago from a Democrat in Northampton, MA
I do not have a clear understanding on this issue and cannot offer an honest/informed opinion. 5 years ago from a Republican in Marshfield, MA
No..... we should find other means of taxation that does not impavt transportation costs. 5 years ago from a Green in Arlington, MA