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Station Retailers Calibrate Gas Price Hikes

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Gas prices have been soaring, but consumers may not realize the last few pennies are tacked on at the filling station itself. Independent and affiliated station operators, left to eke out their profits from retail sales, use differing strategies to appeal to customers. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.

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