Elaine Korry Reports On Federal Efforts To Ease The Increase In Gas Prices.

President Clinton has ordered the sale of U.S. oil reserves, and Republicans in Congress are calling for a repeal of the 1993 gasoline tax. The increase has hit California the hardest... where oil companies must sell more expensive, cleaner-burning fuel to help keep down the state's high rates of air pollution... a gallon of gas in California is selling for as much as a dollar-and-73-cents.



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