A bipartisan group of New Jersey lawmakers laid out a plan to use higher gas taxes to replenish the state’s transportation fund.

The plan calls for paying 23 cents a gallon more for gasoline. It is a plan that Gov. Chris Christie would have to sign into law, but the governor says he is not convinced it will work.

“I have been calling for tax fairness,” Christie said. “They have included...

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