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Issue 1 Positions

The annual registration tax on passenger vehicles should be inversely proportional to their gas mileage.

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Positions on this Issue:

The annual registration tax on passenger vehicles should be inversely proportional to their gas mileage. In this way, the tax more accurately reflects the vehicle's resource consumption. This would hopefully promote the purchase as well as the production of more fuel efficient vehicles and lead to cleaner, healthier air. - ThePanda

The annual registration tax on passenger vehicles should be inversely proportional to their gas mileage indeed. I'm sick of knowing that the crazy soccer mom in front of me is sucking down 30 gallons in half a mile in her 600 gallon tank SUV is paying the same registration tax as me, while people make fun of me for driving my fuel efficient sedan. Oh yeah, and everything ThePanda said, because it's disgustingly liberal too. - soccer431319

The annual registration tax on passenger vehicles should not be directly linked to their gas mileage. npartist

The registration tax on passenger vehicles should not be inversely proportional to the gas milage of a vehicle. While this may promote the use of more efficient vehicles and a reduction in the consumption of resources, some people and the many business that rely on larger vehicles would suffer in the end.SavageRonald

An Environment that we can live with! Sorry my paper is on here twice! You can also access it below! KatGT0

An annual registration tax is but one way to stop the insanity that is this SUV craze. Lou_Dog

Usernames of people who will address this issue:

ThePanda

terrak

npartist

An Environment that we can Live with! KatGT0

techgoggles

soccer431319

Lou_Dog

SavageRonald