Republican Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin wants the divided General Assembly to pass legislation that would suspend the state gas tax for three months. The governor pitched the idea at a campaign-style appearance Wednesday at a Richmond-area gas station where he pumped gas and washed windshields for motorists. He estimated the move would save drivers 26 cents per gallon at a time when prices have skyrocketed. The governor said high gas prices are just part of the “inflationary pressures” Virginia families are facing. Passage of such a measure would require bipartisan cooperation. Leadership of the Senate Democratic caucus neither fully endorsed nor rejected the proposal.