Buttigieg says no gas or mileage tax in Biden's infrastructure plan

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Monday that neither a gas tax nor a mileage tax would be part of President Joe Biden’s sweeping infrastructure plan to be detailed on Wednesday.

“No, that’s not part of the conversation about this infrastructure bill,” Buttigieg told CNN’s Jake Tapper onThe Leadwhen asked whether a mileage tax, which would charge people based on how many miles they drive, would factor into paying for the plan.
He added thatno,” a gas tax would not be a part of the plan either.
    Biden will lay out the first of a sweeping two-pronged infrastructure and jobs proposal miércoles, with the administration launching its expected months-long effort to pass proposals that will total between $ 3 trillion and $ 4 trillón, according to senior administration officials.
      Biden, who will detail the infrastructure and climate piece of the proposal in Pittsburgh, is set to focus on repairing the physical infrastructure of the country while pushing for significant investments in climate infrastructure and research and development.
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