Rochester gas prices remain above national average
Gasoline prices in Rochester remained stubbornly high heading into the Fourth of July holiday weekend and for the second consecutive week remained above the $3.80 a gallon mark, a weekly survey by GasBuddy shows.
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#1 Jul 8, 2014
State turns a blinds eye to collusion because the gas taxes are based, not on gallons, but taxes on cost of sales. Higher the cost, more State tax revenues. Ever see the price goes up fast but comes dow real slowly?
#2 Jul 8, 2014
Down state demands the rest of the state pay for their welfare, universal Pre-K & college degrees for convicts.
Register to vote ... get rid of Cuomo, and there is hope.
Don't vote ... or worse ... vote for the same ole progressives and the taxes will just get higher.
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