The question over whether you should have to pay a wheel tax where you live continues to remain unanswered in the legislature. Some Senators think living in one town and paying a wheel tax in another is an example of taxation without representations. Senator Charlie Janssen of Fremont says it comes down to being a good neighbor.
“I sit next to Senator Howard, she brings graham crackers in everyday, she hasn’t levied a tax on me yet. we rarely vote the same on many issues, but we still are good neighbors…”
Other Senators say fixing roads cost money and the people that use them should foot the bill.