Georgia's governor is extending the suspension of the state's motor fuel tax through mid-August. Gov. Brian Kemp on Friday signed an executive order extending the suspension for a second time.
Across the globe drivers are rethinking their habits and personal finances amid skyrocketing prices for gasoline and diesel.
Monday on Political Rewind: Congress negotiates gun safety laws in the wake of mass shootings. Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court considers a major Second Amendment case and a PAC supporting Herschel Walker fuels controversy over a gas giveaway.
A variety of items will be tax-free in the state over coming months. The move comes as Americans are facing soaring inflation and high gas prices.
Monday on Political Rewind: As the deadline for bills to pass at least one chamber in the General Assembly looms, legislation aimed at suspending the state's gas tax, mental health reform and "constitutional carry" move forward. Plus, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reveals new info on U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker's businesses. Finally, we talk of the death of respected Atlanta Mayor Sam Massell.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Leaders on both sides of the aisle are working to relieve pain at the pump. Gov. Brian Kemp and Sen. Raphael Warnock want to halt gas taxes as prices climb. Plus, Abrams sticks to her 2018 messaging after qualifying. Also: More updates from under the Gold Dome.
A calamitous invention that poisoned air, water and soil for generations is no more, according to a report from the United Nations.
The companies face an existential threat as more governments and businesses move to tackle climate change. So a growing number have their own plans to decarbonize, by creating renewable gas.
Most of the oil and gas drilled in Wyoming comes from federal land and communities there are bracing for job losses and school funding cuts in the wake of a Biden administration pause on new leasing.