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May 11, 2009 - Robert "Bubba" Kapral
Gas prices in the Ohio Valley are starting to show some moderate increases. This past weekend, unleaded was selling in Bellaire for 2.23 per gallon. Prices were higher in other parts of the Ohio Valley. The biggest question is why? Crude oil prices are not elevating. They dropped below $58 a barrel Monday. No refining plants have been hit by damaging storms. In fact, inventories are a record high. Just because we are nearing peak driving time, gas prices inflate. That stinks. It is such practices that need political intervention. Big oil should not be permitted to beat up the working class.
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