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Robert Kuttner

The gas price adjustment

By Robert Kuttner
April 29, 2006

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POLITICIANS of both parties, particularly Republicans, are scrambling to deal with the voter pain of $3-a-gallon gasoline. President Bush wants a $100 tax rebate to help consumers pay for more costly fuel and more tax credits for people who buy (mostly Japanese-made) hybrid cars. He has revived the recurring Republican idea of drilling in Alaska's wilderness. He proposes to suspend ... (Full article: 770 words)

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