WASHINGTON— The Supreme Court says Alabama should have the chance to justify a fuel sales tax that it assesses on railroads but not on competitors in the trucking and barge industries. Alabama officials said the tax system was fair because truckers already pay a different 19- cent per gallon tax on diesel fuel. Justice Antonin Scalia said the appeals court was...» Read More
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