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Indiana saw another increase in the state gasoline tax amid promises of inflation relief — including a proposal to issue direct payments to Indiana residents later this month. Hoosiers will pay 61 cents per gallon in taxes on gasoline, the state Department of Revenue announced Monday — another jump from June’s record-high 56 cents per gallon. Fuel costs were expected to continue to rise in July, elevated largely because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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