A few years ago our local gas prices were much higher than the national average and higher than the Seattle area. At that time were told (Tri-City Herald article?) that most of our gas came from the Midwest so the cost to transport was higher and consequently our local gas prices were higher, too. Now, when our prices again are much higher than the national average, we are being told that the cause is refinery issues on the west side of the state. The story seems to change to keep our prices high. Smells like collusion to me.
It is time for our attorney general to investigate.
-- Ron Asplund, Pasco