Biden signals he’s leaning toward gas tax holiday, saying there’s ‘plenty’ of money for infrastructure

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President Joe Biden on Tuesday offered signs that he could support suspending the federal gasoline tax, as he responded to a reporter’s question on how a gas tax holiday would make it difficult to pay for major infrastructure projects. “We have plenty of capacity to do that,” Biden said, adding that he expected to make a decision on the issue before the week is out.

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