The House budget would instead leave the tax on diesel fuel at 36 cents in January, but buyers of other motor fuels would get a break: The rate would drop to 33 cents per gallon and stay there until 2017, when the new calculation formula would go into effect.
The House budget would instead leave the tax on diesel fuel at 36 cents in January, but buyers of other motor fuels would get a break: The rate would drop to 33 cents per gallon and stay there until 2017, when the new calculation formula would go into effect. News & Observer file photo
The House budget would instead leave the tax on diesel fuel at 36 cents in January, but buyers of other motor fuels would get a break: The rate would drop to 33 cents per gallon and stay there until 2017, when the new calculation formula would go into effect. News & Observer file photo