This is in response to a recent article about the price of gasoline. Mention was made of deliveries, refining, etc., but no mention was made of the brokers who deal in a paper world. They don’t even touch the product. They deal in price fixing.

The article mentioned that people buying gas in Maine have to pay five to 10 cents more in taxes to pay for road and bridge repairs.

Does that mean that other states don’t have repair costs?

Ronaldo Cailler, Poland


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