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Friday July 1st, 2022 7:51PM

LISTEN: Solutions to bringing down gasoline prices

By Mornings on Maine Street

Kevin Doyle, V.P. of State Affairs for the Consumer Energy Alliance, discusses fuel prices and the importance of an energy policy that allows the U.S. to be more energy independent.

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