yes, usage tax is the most fair
no, usage tax is not fair
I could care less
I may have to move closer to work if it passes
"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos
It really is a state issue what should be legal or illegal.....certainly not the federal government's business with their one size fits all mentality. I personally find chains hard to use. If I'm planning a trip where winters are harsh like Michigan's UP, there are such things as rubber studded tires.
The totality of taxes have gone well beyond "moderate" and who pays all the almost uncountably long list of taxes, fees, excise fees, sin-tax fees and other add-ons is mostly the average person, not the wealthy, and the more they are increased the more the hit people on the bottom of the economic ladder. For example, it is unlikely wealthy would drive cross country to visit relatives with their family. Poor folks who can't afford to fly do. That is who this new of endlessly more new taxes would hit.
if everybody stopped using gas, this might be warranted, but not at this point. it would just be one more regressive tax on poor people who have to commute.
Goodness are the powers that be floating this turd again? We had a governor who spent a few million studying that and kept it hush hush. Of course people found out and now old TaxAndGougeMe is no longer governor.
Look, you just have to vote out the nimrods who suggest such things.