On Thursday night the California State Senate approved a new gas tax that’s intentions are to raise $52 billion for the state to help fix our roads.
This new tax is expected to raise gas prices by 12 cents per gallon, raise vehicle registration fees, and impose a $100 charge on emission-free vehicles.
The measure squeezed by with just enough votes in the state assembly.
Driving just became more expensive, but at least those potholes might finally get fixed. For more head to CBS SF.