Today in History: Georgia's First Motor Fuel Tax

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Aug. 10, 1921

Gov. Thomas Hardwick signed legislation enacting Georgia's first motor fuel tax of one cent per gallon. The tax was not an excise tax but an occupation tax on fuel distributors, defined as anyone who imports or manufacturers motor fuel.

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