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September 13, 2015

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Smitty

The Times website is just there to remind you that you need to subscribe to the paper version! Bwwaaaahhh!

Joe

As the Mercury News piece says "you've been warned":

With OPEC nations cutting oil production and California’s pricey spring-summer blend of gasoline due to make its seasonal debut April 1, prices will jump between now and Memorial Day — maybe by as much as 80 cents a gallon, energy experts predict.

“You’ve been warned,” GasBuddy.com analyst Allison Mac said. “We will probably go up 50 to 80 cents by the very peak of this year. Is it possible that we can hit $4 a gallon?

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/26/energy-experts-california-gas-prices-could-take-a-big-jump/

Joe

Here is the historical marker: Regular at the Peninsula Shell was $$3.05 yesterday.

The tax and spend band-aid to poor governance

Jerry Brown wants a huge gas tax increase to help bail out poorly managed Calpers...

http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/01/15/gov-brown-wants-42-gasoline-tax-increase-bailout-calpers/

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