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Two Democrats Accuse Halliburton of Gouging

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Two Democratic congressmen say that Halliburton is overcharging the United States for gasoline it imports into Iraq, citing lower gas prices elsewhere in the country. The company says its price reflects the cost of doing business in a hostile area. NPR's John Burnett reports.

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