Springfield, IL. (ECWd) –
Illinois State Representative Michael J. Zalewski filed HB4424, which has as its sole purpose, to permit more gas taxes on the residents of Illinois.
Synopsis As Introduced:
Amends the Illinois Municipal Code. Provides that all municipalities (currently, only municipalities in a county with a population of over 3,000,000 inhabitants) may impose a motor fuel tax. Effective immediately.
Joanne SchaefferPosted at 16:34h, 13 January
Zalewski needs to be unelected. Let’s hope he doesn’t have enough votes to pass this. The greed is out of control. In Springfield and DC. Americans can not afford the inflation.
JIMBOPosted at 16:53h, 13 January
It’s already cost effective for many motorists to fill-up on the other side of the mighty river. Municipalities near state borders which serve less than 3,000,000 inhabitants already know the disadvantages of Illinois’ exceedingly high motor fuel tax rate.
Daft tax bills do so very little. A bill that would increase the distribution of the state’s existing motor fuel tax to municipalities with less than 3,000,000 inhabitants could make smaller municipalities more attractive.
DavePosted at 12:02h, 14 January
STOP OVERSPENDING & OVER-REGULATING, YOU COMMIE!
Greg GPosted at 13:08h, 15 January
Is he related to Larry Mathers? “Bever” Clevers twin brother.
Another insignificant democrat that no one has ever heard of!