February 18, 2013

Doubling-Down on Renewables Will Be a Disaster

G. Laskoski, US News & World Report

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If you've taken a look lately at retail gasoline prices across the U.S. it's not terribly surprising to see high-tax states like New York and California with the most expensive gasoline in the country. But who is paying the least at the pump? . .

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