Georgia’s governor extended the suspension of the state’s motor fuel tax for yet another month through Dec. 11. The announcement came Friday with two executive orders from Gov. Brian Kemp, who is running for re-election against Democrat Stacey Abrams.
Kemp signed the orders that extended the temporary suspension of the state motor fuel tax and extended the supply chain state of emergency.
Kemp previously signed a law in March that passed with broad bipartisan support, suspending the state’s gas tax through May 31. Kemp signed additional extensions in May, July, August, September and October.