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Listen: Voters taking on the tax man in US midterm elections

California voters are about to have the chance to ditch a recently passed increase in their gasoline tax. Is there a chance that they will vote against their self-interest and in favor of the greater good? Plus, does a tax really push gasoline demand one way or another? Jeff Bair and native Californian Seth Clare take a look.

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