He did before the election. Will he intervene now that he’s not running again?
Georgia drivers already paying record-high prices at the pump will have to dig even deeper into their wallets beginning Friday when the state’s sales tax is set to rise 2.1 cents a gallon.The jump is driven by state law which automatically adjusts the motor fuel sales tax when the price rises or dips 25 percent from a preset average. The state sales tax will rise from 15.2 cents a gallon to 17.3 cents.And it’s likely to climb again July 1, when the state is scheduled to do its regular twice-yearly recalculation of the tax.
If he’s not going to give property owners tax relief, maybe he’ll at least consider shutting down the gas tax or cutting out these increases.