A certain state legislature is considering an increase in the state gasoline tax. Representative Campbell argues that an increase in

A certain state legislature is considering an increase in the state gasoline tax. Representative Campbell argues that an increase in the gasoline tax would harm low-income drivers disproportionately. Representative Richards responds by saying that low-income drivers own smaller cars that use less gasoline, and that low-income drivers therefore would not be harmed disproportionately.
a. Representative Campbell’s argument is based primarily on efficiency, while Representative Richards argument is based primarily on equality.
b. Representative Campbell’s argument is based primarily on equality, while Representative Richards’ argument is based primarily on efficiency.
c. Both representatives’ arguments are based primarily on efficiency.
d. Both representatives’ arguments are based primarily on equality.

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