McMaster Vows Veto Of Gas Tax Bill

The state's roads are crumbling, but the governor thinks he has found a way to fix them and save the taxpayers money. 

Henry McMaster wrote in an op-ed over the weekend for "The State" that he will veto any bill calling for a hike to the gas tax. Instead, he writes he'll ask lawmakers to rewrite a bill to redirect up to a billion dollars in borrowed money to the speedy repair of roads and bridges. 

He adds that borrowing is not the ideal solution, but it's the only option to avoid burdening the working people with another tax.

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