Bush Won't Tap Gas Reserves President George Bush rules out tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to help ease rising gas prices. Bush voiced concern over the price hike, but said he won't "play politics" with the reserve, noting its role as an emergency resource. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.
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Bush Rules Out Tapping Gas Reserve

President George Bush rules out tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to help ease rising gas prices. Bush voiced concern over the price hike, but said he won't "play politics" with the reserve, noting its role as an emergency resource. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.