Time is running out in the legislative session, and the future of tolls looks uncertain.
Republicans are united in their opposition to any transportation plan that includes tolls.
Many Democrats are on the fence.
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If 15 Democrats in the House vote no, the tolls plan is headed for a dead end.
Toll opponents plan to hand a petition with 100,000 signatures on it to Gov. Lamont on Thursday.
Negotiators say they are still trying to put together a plan that addresses the issue of discounts for lower income people.
The legislative session ends in less than four weeks.
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