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June 30, 2014 12:00 AM

Industry groups stir opposition to a cap-and-trade expansion they say will lead to higher gas prices

With the heightened sensitivity of an election year and the expansion of the carbon program looming, critics are redoubling their opposition. The California Independent Oil Marketers Association, an industry group, has organized Fed Up at the Pump, which describes itself as a “grass-roots coalition of consumers, businesses, and advocates.”

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