Today’s Reading: Gouging in Michigan; Too Much Speculation

A couple of articles have come to my attention recently related to gas pricing.

#1: Some Lansing gas stations pay fines for gas gouging last September.

#2: Jim Hightower comments on the “Magic of the Marketplace” that led to the run up in energy prices the past few years.

#3: A recently-published story in Rolling Stone blaming Goldman Sachs for their contribution to high energy prices.

Ed

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