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RICHMOND — If Gov. Timothy M. Kaine has his way, Virginia's widely despised car tax will vanish in the rear view mirror. Ending the state car tax subsidy and replacing the lost local revenue with another levy is a key piece of Kaine's final budget before leaving office.
The governor wants to give localities a share of a new income tax the state would collect and distribute in exchange for abolishing the car tax.
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