Vehicles maneuver through patches, cracks and potholes on Yonkers Road in Raleigh. Rep. John Torbett backed away from a plan to raise funds for repaving roads throughout the state in part by adding a new 6.5 percent tax to the annual price of automobile insurance.
Vehicles maneuver through patches, cracks and potholes on Yonkers Road in Raleigh. Rep. John Torbett backed away from a plan to raise funds for repaving roads throughout the state in part by adding a new 6.5 percent tax to the annual price of automobile insurance. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Vehicles maneuver through patches, cracks and potholes on Yonkers Road in Raleigh. Rep. John Torbett backed away from a plan to raise funds for repaving roads throughout the state in part by adding a new 6.5 percent tax to the annual price of automobile insurance. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

NC legislator backs away from proposed new tax on car insurance

May 05, 2015 11:34 AM

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