State says no evidence of price gouging in fuel markets

The Department of Law today¬† released the results of an investigation that found no indication of collusion or other illegal pricing activity in the gasoline and heating fuel markets in the state. Instead, the report by Assistant Attorney General Ed Sniffen determined that the volatility in rising prices last year — and the slow price decline at the end of the year — could be explained by market-driven factors.

Dave Donaldson, APRN – Juneau

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