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Senate panel questions use of money for transit

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ANNAPOLIS -- Members of a Senate panel voiced concern Tuesday that money funded by a proposed increase in the state gasoline tax would go toward mass transit instead of roads. Members of the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee questioned whether the projected $4.3 billion that would be raised by 2019, mainly though a wholesale tax on gasoline, would go toward aging infrastructure or mostly...

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