U.S. gasoline producers blame Washington for high prices

Friday June 16 by Claudia bournecnn
A senior manager for an industry trade group said Friday that federal regulations -- not U.S. petroleum producers -- are to blame for skyrocketing gasoline prices in Chicago and Milwaukee. The finger-pointing comes after federal officials and lawmakers met in Washington on Thursday to determine why drivers in both cities are paying nearly 40 cents more per gallon than the rest of the nation.

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