Nebraska's state motor fuels tax is expected to reach a new record high. The "Omaha World Herald" reports that starting July 1st, the motor fuels tax will reach 33-point-two-cents per gallon, which marks an increase of nearly four cents. State officials say the higher tax is needed to offset a loss of revenues to the state road-building fund due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pandemic Leads To Record-Setting Fuel Tax
By 24/7 News Source • Jun 24, 2020