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Savings from axing Virginia gas tax won't all go to drivers, expert says

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Gov. Bob McDonnell's plan to abolish Virginia's 17.5-cent tax on a gallon of gasoline is meeting resistance from lawmakers who are uncertain that the bulk of those savings would be passed along to drivers. "A lot of us are concerned that even though you cut gas tax by 17.5 cents, it doesn't mean oil companies will [not raise prices]," said Del. Dave Albo, R-Springfield. A steep drop in the cost...

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