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The IMPROVE Act also would shift more of the tax burden on out-of-state taxpayers, Bruce found. He cited research by the Tennessee Department of Revenue showing slightly more than half the state’s revenue from the diesel fuel tax comes from out-of-state truckers. Out-of-state tourists and travelers passing through Tennessee also would pay more.
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