State lawmakers on Thursday grappled with how to manage an expected shortfall in the transportation fund, and at least one assemblyman said the answer comes down to raising taxes.
The Assembly's Transportation Committee heard from stakeholders, including representatives from higher education, gasoline retailers and the AAA, but has not committed to legislation to address the issue.
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