BOSTON (CBS) – This is a crucial weekend for House and Senate leaders who are trying to pass their $500 million transportation plan.

The House votes on Monday.

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The Legislature would raise the gas tax by three cents, and cigarettes by one dollar a pack.

Governor Patrick has proposed his own $1.9 billion plan that would fund both transportation and education.

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He would increase the income tax to 6.25%.

He threatened to veto the House and Senate proposal, claiming it does not go far enough to solve the long term problems facing the state.

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Friday night, legislative leaders sent out these documents to members: Letter from House Ways and Means Committee | Transportation Bill Fact Vs. Fiction