A Methodical But Misleading Push To Lift Calif. Gas Prices

April 2014
Investors Business Daily;4/ 7/2014, pA11
When the latest effort to impose a new tax on every barrel of oil produced in California met a lukewarm reception in Sacramento, supporters of the proposal were forced to reconfigure their strategy and launch a long-term, methodical campaign. Too bad the result won't be any better for consumers.


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