Friday, March 11, 2011

Rising gas prices strain students’ wallets - Derek Miller, Murray State News

According to the American Petroleum Institute, an increase in the cost of raw materials is the biggest contributor to higher gas prices. Many of the University's commuter faculty, staff and students this semester are feeling pressure at the pump due to rising gas prices. In a document e-mailed to The News, titled "What's Up With Gasoline Prices", the American Petroleum Institute points out many factors for the rise in gas prices - the economic recovery being one of them.

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