2014 House Bill 5492

House Roll Call 209: Passed

To earmark 1.0 percent of the revenue from the 6.0 percent state use tax to road projects (meaning one-sixth of the revenue from this tax would go to roads). See also House Bill 5459. Reportedly this would generate around $250 million annually for roads. This is one of several bills in a House road funding package that together would increase road funding by around $500 million annually, with most of the money from repurposing current tax revenue, and a relatively small amount from increased taxes and fees.

91 Yeas / 18 Nays
Republican (59 Yeas / 0 Nays)
Democrat (32 Yeas / 18 Nays)
Excused or Not Voting (1)