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190 Ill. gas stations cited for minor safety violations

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Appearing before the House State Government Administration Committee, Illinois' top fire official said 190 gas stations across the state have been cited for safety violations after some went more than two years without inspections. According to an Associated Press report, State...

Coalition wants to scrap Wis. minimum markup law; association cites study in support of act

MADISON, Wis. -- A bill that would eliminate Wisconsin's minimum markup requirement for gasoline was introduced Tuesday in the state Senate, said the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The bill, introduced by State Senator David Zien (R), strikes provisions in state law requiring markups of 3% to 9.18%...

Bush visits hydrogen station, renews call for swift action on energy legislation

WASHINGTON -- President Bush stared inquisitively down into the nozzle of a hydrogen fuel hose on Wednesday, then pumped the fuel into a blue compact car as he renewed his plea for Congress to pass a wide-ranging energy bill, said the Associated Press. But with the cost of hydrogen double that of...

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