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Category Archives: Gas Tax
Another update was provided on KFI Radio on Friday by Carl DeMaio on the John and Ken Show. The segment lasts less than 8 minutes:
Carl DeMaio was interviewed on Friday on KFI Radio’s John and Ken Show: The deadline is February 28! To help stop the car and gas tax hikes, click here to sign the petition.
On Monday, the statewide effort to overturn the 12-cent gas tax increase took an interesting turn when former San Diego city council member Carl DeMiao lured people into signing the gas tax repeal petition with really cheap gas. The gas … Continue reading
Friday on the John and Ken Show on KFI Radio, Carl DeMaio updated the progress of the signature-gathering effort to repeal the gas tax. The report lasts less than 10 minutes:
By Jon Coupal | Would you trust a surgeon who has a history of amputating the wrong limb? Of course not. For the same reason, California taxpayers should not trust our state politicians with more transportation dollars. Let’s get one … Continue reading
From today’s John and Ken Show on KFI Radio. The segment with Carl DeMaio starts at 17:35.
San Diego talk show host Carl DeMaio again joined John and Ken on KFI Radio yesterday to provide a status report on the initiative’s signature-gathering effort: The deadline to submit signatures is February 2, 2018. To sign the petition now, CLICK HERE.
Yesterday, KFI Radio talk show hosts John and Ken had Carl DeMaio provide a status report on the initiative’s signature-gathering effort:
From KPIX-TV in San Francisco: California is moving closer to charging drivers for every mile they drive. The state says it needs more money for road repairs, and the gas tax just isn’t bringing in enough revenue.