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PHOTO: Americans for Prosperity rally protesters against the gas tax increase

  • Greg Moore, Americans for Prosperity state director, joins other protesters at Mr. Gas in Hooksett to demonstrate their displeasure at the 4.1-cent increase in the gas tax starting today,. “This 23 percent gas and diesel tax hike is coming at a time when gas prices are already at a six-year high,” Moore said. “Working families can’t afford a huge new gas tax hike, and the increase in the tax on diesel will drive up the costs of goods – from groceries to clothes to furniture – for everyone in New Hampshire. It’s time for the public to get a chance to hold those leaders who supported this major tax increase accountable for the impact their tax hike will cause on the wallets of New Hampshire’s citizens.”<br/><br/><br/>(GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff)

    Greg Moore, Americans for Prosperity state director, joins other protesters at Mr. Gas in Hooksett to demonstrate their displeasure at the 4.1-cent increase in the gas tax starting today,. “This 23 percent gas and diesel tax hike is coming at a time when gas prices are already at a six-year high,” Moore said. “Working families can’t afford a huge new gas tax hike, and the increase in the tax on diesel will drive up the costs of goods – from groceries to clothes to furniture – for everyone in New Hampshire. It’s time for the public to get a chance to hold those leaders who supported this major tax increase accountable for the impact their tax hike will cause on the wallets of New Hampshire’s citizens.”


    (GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff)

  • Greg Moore, Americans for Prosperity state director, joins other protesters at Mr. Gas in Hooksett to demonstrate their displeasure at the 4.1-cent increase in the gas tax starting today,. “This 23 percent gas and diesel tax hike is coming at a time when gas prices are already at a six-year high,” Moore said. “Working families can’t afford a huge new gas tax hike, and the increase in the tax on diesel will drive up the costs of goods – from groceries to clothes to furniture – for everyone in New Hampshire. It’s time for the public to get a chance to hold those leaders who supported this major tax increase accountable for the impact their tax hike will cause on the wallets of New Hampshire’s citizens.”<br/><br/><br/>(GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff)

    Greg Moore, Americans for Prosperity state director, joins other protesters at Mr. Gas in Hooksett to demonstrate their displeasure at the 4.1-cent increase in the gas tax starting today,. “This 23 percent gas and diesel tax hike is coming at a time when gas prices are already at a six-year high,” Moore said. “Working families can’t afford a huge new gas tax hike, and the increase in the tax on diesel will drive up the costs of goods – from groceries to clothes to furniture – for everyone in New Hampshire. It’s time for the public to get a chance to hold those leaders who supported this major tax increase accountable for the impact their tax hike will cause on the wallets of New Hampshire’s citizens.”


    (GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff)

  • Greg Moore, Americans for Prosperity state director, joins other protesters at Mr. Gas in Hooksett to demonstrate their displeasure at the 4.1-cent increase in the gas tax starting today,. “This 23 percent gas and diesel tax hike is coming at a time when gas prices are already at a six-year high,” Moore said. “Working families can’t afford a huge new gas tax hike, and the increase in the tax on diesel will drive up the costs of goods – from groceries to clothes to furniture – for everyone in New Hampshire. It’s time for the public to get a chance to hold those leaders who supported this major tax increase accountable for the impact their tax hike will cause on the wallets of New Hampshire’s citizens.”<br/><br/><br/>(GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff)
  • Greg Moore, Americans for Prosperity state director, joins other protesters at Mr. Gas in Hooksett to demonstrate their displeasure at the 4.1-cent increase in the gas tax starting today,. “This 23 percent gas and diesel tax hike is coming at a time when gas prices are already at a six-year high,” Moore said. “Working families can’t afford a huge new gas tax hike, and the increase in the tax on diesel will drive up the costs of goods – from groceries to clothes to furniture – for everyone in New Hampshire. It’s time for the public to get a chance to hold those leaders who supported this major tax increase accountable for the impact their tax hike will cause on the wallets of New Hampshire’s citizens.”<br/><br/><br/>(GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff)

Greg Moore, state director for Americans for Prosperity, speaks to a crowd at Mr. Gas in Hooksett yesterday concerning the gas tax increase set to take effect tonight. “This 23 percent gas and diesel tax hike is coming at a time when gas prices are already at a six-year high,” Moore said. “Working families can’t afford a huge new gas tax hike, and the increase in the tax on diesel will drive up the costs of goods – from groceries to clothes to furniture – for everyone in New Hampshire. It’s time for the public to get a chance to hold those leaders who supported this major tax increase accountable for the impact their tax hike will cause on the wallets of New Hampshire’s citizens.”

Legacy Comments6

Just think of all those 800 thousand Mass people paying for our roads this weekend.

My local Cumberland Farms was at 3.63 all week and two days into tax increase, still is.

Maybe they could use some of the money to fix the parking lot they are standing in.

Wow what a crowd. They look really mad. I guess it gets really hard to keep that Hummer filled.

It is a shame the LIDV's are so ignorant of the world around them. Congress is also looking at raising their federal gas tax and Iraq fears will have the fuel at it highest all time - just in time for travel season - another NObama and democrats unwelcomed record

This is a 4 cents per gallon tax increase? Yeah, I can't afford to pay another 60 cents to fill my tank. Might as well sell my car.

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