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Commentary: Gas Prices

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Commentary: Gas Prices

Commentary: Gas Prices

Commentary: Gas Prices

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Consumers may suspect oil companies and OPEC are conspiring to jack up gasoline prices. But Commentator Russell Roberts says competition among gas stations and suppliers helps limit the ability of oil companies to charge what they want.

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