Gas Is Just $2.79 A Gallon In Denver, But A Dollar More In Michigan?

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January 12, 2012 – Gasoline prices are a contentious subject in virtually every town in Michigan.

Colorado has gas in the mid $2 range.
Wisconsin has gas priced in the Low $3 range.
Michigan remains in the upper $3 range.

Why is so costly to move gas just a few hundred miles North?

A short 90 minute drive can some times save you 50 cents or more a gallon when leaving Michigan.
Who is setting the gas prices in Michigan?
Could someone ask Rick Snyder our governor what he can do about this?

$2.65 Is Todays Gas Price In Denver. Why is Michigan a dollar more?

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