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Virginia's transportation bill is now headed to the state Senate for a vote.
Earlier on Friday, it passed the House of Delegates 60 to 40.
This bill would eliminate the state gas tax.
But it would create a new 3.5% wholesale gas tax, increasing the state sales tax from 5% to 5.3% and imposes a new 100-dollar alternative fuel fee for hybrid vehicle owners.
If this bill passes the Senate, it'll head to Governor McDonnell's desk where he's expected to sign it into law.
Will Governor McDonnell’s tax plan fix our transportation problems?
Can VDOT be trusted with more money from McDonnell’s transportation funding plan?
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