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Andrew Sullivan

How much more revenue is the state receiving?

Adam Weinberg

Based on this report, it looks like the state took in $259 million between gasoline and diesel taxes in FY2019: https://dot.nebraska.gov/media/13708/2019-financial-annual.pdf#page=13

Adam Weinberg

To answer your question a little better, over the four years shown in the report the revenues are up by about $25 million annually since the time of the hike.

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