Congressman David G. Valadao issued the following statement in response to the news that the effort to repeal California’s $52 billion gas tax hike has qualified for the November 2018 ballot:
“The cost of driving to work and school shouldn’t push Valley families to the brink. And yet, that’s exactly what Sacramento’s latest gas tax hike has done to the families in our community. The gas tax has punished the most vulnerable among us.
Valley families can’t afford Sacramento’s policymaking. That’s why, in Congress, I’ve fought to ensure Central Valley families can keep more of their hard-earned dollars with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.”