Congress Struggles to Deal with Fuel Price Hikes

LCT Magazine
Posted on June 27, 2008
Ever-increasing gasoline and diesel prices make the public and transportation business owners feel frustrated and powerless on a weekly basis. And being an elected official criticized for not doing anything about the crisis is also a stress machine. A New York Times article lays out the heated argument in Congress. As the story says: "Fourth of July fireworks came early on Capitol Hill."

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