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California's gas tax increase has fast-tracked road repair projects. But is that enough to prevent a repeal?



Drivers on the 605 Freeway may notice the ride suddenly gets smoother in El Monte. At least state officials hope they notice. Three months after the state began collecting an extra 12 cents per gallon in gas taxes, road projects are on the fast track to head off a repeal initiative.

Source: LA Times

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