Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed an executive order to suspend the state's excise tax on motor fuel sales through mid-August. The order, signed Friday morning, also suspends the collection of the state sales tax on locomotive fuel.
The governor also renewed an executive order for Supply Chain Disruptions. Both orders run through Aug. 13.
"To provide actual relief to Georgians, I am once again extending the supply chain state of emergency and suspending our state motor fuel tax," Kemp, a Republican, said in a statement. "In addition to these actions, I am suspending the locomotive fuel tax to help fight rising costs that are being passed on to consumers..."
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