The 23 U.S. states that have hiked gas taxes since 2013
Nearly half of all U.S. states have raised their gasoline taxes since 2013, according to industry data compiled by Axios.
Why it matters: The trend, which includes conservative states, stands in stark contrast to the opposition that congressional Republicans and conservative interest groups have to raising the federal gas tax. President Trump has endorsed the idea of raising it to help fund his administration’s infrastructure proposal. The tax, which Congress hasn’t raised in 25 years, stands at 18.4 cents per gallon.