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You have probably noticed because it's not too difficult to see it that you're paying a lot more in the past few days for gasoline and brace yourself because.
It's going to get worse correspondent -- with Callaway is here to tell us why he's at a truck stop.
-- -- of their the triple A calls -- the steepest one month climate fuel prices since they started keeping track in 2000.
For -- -- anybody Bagley the 379 a gallon -- bank for diesel is income profit and savings lost.
The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded today was 367.
Up from last month's 338.
Diesel up almost as much.
Well it's all goes back to sell a lot of into the price of crude oil and that has been ramping up quite a -- -- -- 178 dollars a barrel on the web 29394.
Dollars a barrel.
In the past month or so.
But other factors have contributed drive across the US is reducing corn yields -- the price of ethanol.
Refining capacity is down with two plants in the midwest offline and a third in California damaged by fire.
Tensions in the Middle East remain high and despite new technologies that have opened up vast domestic deposits many of those areas remain off limits to drilling.
What the president has control over what he can do immediately.
Is stop -- permits and leases.
So that way and are drillers can start drilling stop this land grabber 70%.
Are available oil -- in this country isn't any federal land and we can't get to it.
The -- of fuel goes up the cost of what we delivered goes up because we get better coverage -- stores charge -- and then if you will is enough is enough.
There's a good chance that prices may come back down with the end of the summer driving season and as -- refineries switch back to wintertime plans which are less expensive.
But if not it may portend trouble for the Obama administration.
History -- a very strong correlation between high gasoline prices.
And voter discontent.
Got stuck with Kelly tonight Doug thanks -- --
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