Sunday, March 05, 2006

Consumers paid an estimated $54.9 million more over five months, according to the analysis.


I hear a Great BIG "I TOLD YOU SO" coming with this one. When will we ever learn?



StarBulletin.com | News | /2006/03/05/
A NEW state study suggests an average household might have paid up to $65 more for gasoline in Hawaii from September through January as a result of the state's wholesale gasoline price caps.





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