Despite paying a record $8.7 billion in fuel sales taxes and excise taxes in 2014, Californians saw their roads deteriorate and new roads go unbuilt.
Despite paying a record $8.7 billion in fuel sales taxes and excise taxes in 2014, Californians saw their roads deteriorate and new roads go unbuilt. JOHN WALKER FRESNO BEE File Photo
Despite paying a record $8.7 billion in fuel sales taxes and excise taxes in 2014, Californians saw their roads deteriorate and new roads go unbuilt. JOHN WALKER FRESNO BEE File Photo

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