Batt, who served as a senator, Senate leader, transportation board member and lieutenant governor before being elected governor in 1994, pushed through the state’s last gas tax increase in 1996, and it hasn’t been raised since. That’s the main way Idaho funds its roads, and the per gallon tax not only isn’t indexed for inflation, it’s seen declines as vehicles have become more efficient. Highway 95 in North Idaho.

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Our water taxi driver escorted us down the sandy lanes of the town past modest, weather beaten homes made of cinder block and wood. He took us to a simple restaurant in a palapa by the sea that was part of his tourism co op, where we drank frosty beers and ate grilled lobster that came out of a freezer all the live ones had taken off for deeper waters because of the recent storms. With the road closed and the lobsters out of reach, there wasn’t much work to be had, which explained the Saturday afternoon vibe that permeated the town that Thursday.