Maryland’s Gas Tax Holiday Expires Saturday

Maryland’s gas tax holiday expires at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday with no plan for an extension. The tax relief had previously helped with the “financial burden of taxpayers,” according to the Maryland taxes website. The 30-day gas tax bill was initially signed by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan on March 18, according to a press release by the state’s comptroller Peter Franchot.

As of April 11, Maryland was currently 39 cents below the average national gas price of $4.14, according to DelmarvaNow. Only Maryland, Georgia and Connecticut had passed gas tax holidays, DelmarvaNow also stated.

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