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Experts: Gas tax shift means Virginia will attract thrifty drivers

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New legislation to change D.C.'s gasoline tax would ensure that Virginia remains the place to go for Washington-area drivers seeking a cheap fill-up, transportation experts say. The D.C. Council gave initial approval to a change that would scrap the city's 23.5-cents-per-gallon tax on gasoline for an 8.3 percent tax on wholesale gas, following the lead of neighboring Maryland and Virginia,...

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