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October 24, 2014, 3:32 pm
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Attorney General Looking For Price Gouging Gas Stations

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says she’s watching out for any evidence of price gouging by gas stations in the wake of Hurricane Isaac.


Madigan says she will be checking to see if price spikes earlier this week are the result of legitimate increases in wholesale prices, or if retailers are taking advantage of the crisis to gouge consumers.


Gas prices locally shot up around 25-cents a gallon, to four dollars a gallon or more, before Isaac even made landfall this week.


But prices have been gradually dropping, down a dime or more from where they were on Tuesday.

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