HARRISBURG (AP) – Motorists who register an electric vehicle in Pennsylvania would have to pay an annual fee under legislation approved by the state House. Supporters of the bill say the fee is only fair since people who fuel their cars with gasoline are paying taxes that build and repair roads. Opponents say it’s a bad idea to impose costs on people who own electric vehicles during the climate change fight. The fees would range from $75 annually to up to $275 for a large electric vehicle like a city bus. The bill now goes to the state Senate.