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    1. NJ gas tax will be dedicated to transportation after vote

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    2. Gas tax: Is 23 cents just the beginning? | Who voted 'yes' on raising the gas tax? Search for your legislator here.

      • New Jersey legislators have voted to increase the gas tax by 23 cents in order to fund the broke Transportation Trust Fund (TTF). But the NJ gas tax could be hiked in the future if revenue projections aren't met.

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    3. California Proposition 6, Voter Approval for Future Gas and Vehicle Taxes and 2017 Tax Repeal Initiative (2018) - Ballotpedia

      Elections in California, 2018. General election: Nov. 6. Voter registration deadline: Oct. 22. Early voting: Oct. 8 - Nov. 5. Absentee voting deadline: Postmark Nov. 6. Online registration: Yes. Same-day registration: Yes. Voter ID: No.

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    4. What legislators voted for and against the first increase to the state's gas tax since 1988?

      The final vote on the gas tax increase is pushed back to Friday after the State Senate voted 22 to 7 to amend a previous bill to include a series of tax cuts pushed for by Gov. Chris Christie. THOMAS P. COSTELLO.

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    5. Gas tax vote won't help N.J. budget troubles, Moody's says | NJ.com

      • NJ Advance Media for NJ.com. TRENTON -- A Wall Street rating agency on Thursday called the voter-backed amendment restricting all gas tax proceeds to transportation funding "the final step" in a tax package that will put an added burden on state finances.

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    6. Poll finds more NJ voters willing to raise gas tax | Results of a poll by Quinnipiac University find support for a higher gas tax exceeds opposition for the first time in New Jersey. (Photo: AP)

      • New Jerseyans appear increasingly receptive to hiking the gasoline tax, according to results of a new poll. Quinnipiac University says that for the first time in its polling, support for a gas tax hike exceeds opposition.

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    7. N.J. voters to decide if all gas tax dollars go to road projects | NJ.com

      • NJ Advance Media for NJ.com. TRENTON -- The state Legislature on Monday voted overwhelmingly to ask New Jersey voters to constitutionally dedicate all revenue from gas taxes to transportation projects. Most gas tax revenue is already constitutionally dedicated to transportation projects, but...

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    8. No gas tax vote; Christie halts road projects

      • New Jersey's gas tax would rise 23 cents, from 14.5 cents to 37.5 cents per gallon, under proposed legislation.
      • During a fair education funding forum in Wall Township, NJ Governor Chris Christie speaks about his support of the gas tax increase and sales tax decrease.

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    9. N.J. votes to dedicate gas tax revenue to transportation projects | NJ.com

      • New Jersey voters had their say Tuesday on a ballot question constitutionally dedicating gas tax revenues to transportation projects.
      • Proponents said that kind of messaging served only to sow confusion among voters. "If people vote 'no' next Tuesday, (the gas tax increase) does not unhappen.

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    10. New Jersey approves 23 cent gas tax hike

      • The New Jersey legislature approved a 23 cent gas tax hike. Both houses of the state legislature voted on the measure Friday
      • But the vote was rescheduled for Friday, and lawmakers only needed a simple majority (more than 50%) to approve the bill. The measure is the result of a deal between Gov.

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