Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011
We're feeling a lot of pain at the pumps and it's probably going to get worse. The average gas price in the region hovers around $3.50 a gallon and federal energy officials predict $3.75 by June with a possible spike to four bucks. And rising oil prices aren't the only reason. On the next Sound of Ideas, we'll learn what goes into the pricing of gasoline and why the high cost of fuel adds to the price of almost everything else. Join us, Thursday at 9:00 on 90.3.
Phil Flynn, senior analyst for PFG Best Research and a Fox Business contributor.
Mary McCahon, spokeswoman, Greater Cleveland RTA
Shawn Pawlowski, owner, Kazimir Trucking, Medina County.
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