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Washington Post Contributor Says Gas Prices ‘Actually Aren’t That High’

Washington Post Contributor Says Gas Prices ‘Actually Aren’t That High’

Thomas Catenacci The Washington Post published an article Thursday arguing that gasoline prices aren’t actually very high despite “recent commentary” on the issue. Rising gasoline prices are a consequence of inflation, which affects all sectors of the economy, Severin Borenstein, faculty director of the Haas School of Business’ Energy Institute at the University of California, […]