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Gas Station Owners Under Pressure
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Gas Station Owners Under Pressure

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Gas Station Owners Under Pressure

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Tired of high gas prices? Well, so are gas station owners. High prices don't equal big bucks for them, despite what most people think.

We continue our Road Trippin' series by speaking with David Griffith, Shell service station owner, and our economics contributor Keith Reed, of The Cincinnati Enquirer.

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