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Wisconsin's minimum markup law for gasoline will stay in place after a legislative committee refused to repeal it Tuesday.

MADISON, Wis. -- Wisconsin's minimum markup law for gasoline will stay in place after a legislative committee refused to repeal it Tuesday, reported the Associated Press. The decision means gas stations can keep charging at least 6% more for gasoline than what they paid for it. Even if the bill had...

Acquisition of four stores part of chain's corridor growth strategy

PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. -- Open Pantry Food Marts of Wisconsin Inc. said that it has acquired four BP convenience store sites from TriVision LLC. According to the company, these acquisitions are strategically located sites in the Milwaukee area and the corridor between Milwaukee and Madison, exactly...

But prices already abating, says Lundberg

CAMARILLO, Calif. -- Self-serve regular gasoline hit $3.0117, up 38.44 cents a gallon in the past two weeks, according to the most recent Lundberg Survey of approximately 7,000 U.S. gas stations. Adjusted for inflation, it has finally exceeded the prior all-time high of March 1981, which was about...

Suspension lasts through end of September
Veeder-Root offers solution for analog computers affected by high fuel prices
Station raised price of unleaded fuel 70 cents per gallon, Fla. AG alleges
EIA's This Week in Petroleum.
Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi, the Nassau County Office of Consumer Affairs and the Long Island Gasoline Retailers Associations Inc. reached an accord.
Hotlines ring off hook, AGs investigate, industry cooperates
Pre-Katrina vs. post-Katrina Labor Day travel

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