WASHINGTON The Trump administration and congressional Democrats have found something they agree on and it could mean higher taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel.
Last week, President Donald Trumps energy secretary, Elaine Chao, told senators that a gas tax hike was on the table when asked whether the White House would support such a move.
And this week, Democrats are indicating that they too are ready to consider a tax increase an effort that would fund publicly popular infrastructure improvements but has hit a hard wall of opposition for years from fiscal conservatives and advocates for low-income people alike.
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