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State of Affairs: Harassment in the House, CA GOPers vote 'no' on tax bill




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John Myers, Sacramento bureau chief for the L.A. Times says, though support for the gas tax appears low, the chances of getting it repealed are slim:

Before people think that it's going to help those ballot measures to repeal the gas tax, they should remember that, historically, any ballot measure effort that starts under about 60 percent has a hard time of winning come election day. 

The campaign engages, people hear things, there's going to be a massive effort — if these things get on the ballot — to save these taxes: the Governor, transportation groups, business groups that all supported this that said 'we need to fix the roads.' 

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