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The latest news on petroleum, diesel and alternative fuel retailing

N.Y. senator pushes gas theft bill; stations experimenting with deterrents

ALBANY, N.Y. New York State Senator Mary Lou Rath (R) is again asking her Assembly colleagues to adopt a bill that would deter motorists from gassing up and taking off without paying, according to a report by Buffalo Business First. Rath's measure, twice passed in the state Senate, would have a...

Federal government proposes new CAFE standards

WASHINGTON -- With gasoline prices continuing to rise, the Bush administration on Tuesday proposed new rules to compel auto manufacturers to make pickup trucks, minivans and some sport utility vehicles (SUVs) more fuel efficient. Environmentalists said the plan would do little to wean the nation...

Hawaii on Wednesday became the first state in the United States to set caps on the wholesale price of gasoline, reported the Associated Press.

HONOLULU -- In an effort to gain some control over what motorists pay at the pump, Hawaii on Wednesday became the first state in the United States to set caps on the wholesale price of gasoline, reported the Associated Press. The 2004 law authorizing the caps was intended to force Hawaii's two...

Mich. Dems offer ethanol legislation package
Michigan governor announces more station inspections
N.Y. county politicians want local stations to provide oil price information
State high court says selling gas to drunk motorist could make owner responsible
Acting New Jersey Governor Richard Codey signed into law last Thursday a ban on the sale of gasoline containing the fuel additive methyl tertiary butyl ether.
Washington, Oklahoma pols, taxpayers sink teeth into bridgework debates
Helicopter employed to find rumored evaders

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