Will North Carolina Tax Hybrids to Death?
Jun 13th 2013 11:59AM
Updated Jun 13th 2013 1:00PM
America's roads, tunnels, and bridges have seen better days. The funds used to repair our transportation infrastructure have historically come from taxes on gasoline sales, but given the drop-off in demand, and fewer miles driven overall, state coffers are running on empty. In this video, Fool.com contributor Aimee Duffy talks about some states' initiatives to combat this problem, and what investors need to think about going forward.
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