The New York State Senate has agreed to suspend the gasoline tax for the summer, as the topic continues to be the talk of presidential candidates.

The Republican-sponsored bill would suspend the state's 32-cents-per-gallon gas tax between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The measure passed by a margin of 46-15.

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