Probe sought on Long Island's high gasoline prices

03/31/2008 | NYTimes.com

A New York state legislator has asked the state attorney general to investigate "discriminatory pricing practices of wholesale distributors of gasoline" because prices are consistently 20 to 50 cents higher in the easternmost area of Long Island. Fred W. Thiele Jr. maintains that distributors raise prices because it is an isolated wealthy area with few service stations.

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