Could Congress Lower Gas To $2 A Gallon?

Could Congress Lower Gas To $2 A Gallon?
Dan Gould
  • 25 june 2008

Escalating gasoline prices are a huge concern these days, driving all kinds of economic problems and cultural changes. There is concern however that financial speculation, not only supply and demand are inflating costs. Analysts believe that limits on the energy futures markets could drop prices by half. If Congress were to put these laws into effect, the price of gas could drop back to $2 a gallon.

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