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Gouging at the Gas Pump Claimed in Miami

AUGUST 29, 2012

“Some South Florida drivers double checked their gas bills as they pulled away from the pumps ahead of Tropical Storm Isaac and wondered why it cost so much to fill up. It’s no surprise now to learn the State of Florida could be very busy with alleged price-gouging cases around South Florida.” (CBS Miami)

Supply, demand, and the invisible hand.

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