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    With the Whiting Refinery temporarily closed, gas could increase as much as 30 cents a gallon. Local residents speak their mind and discuss the impact it will have on not only themselves, but everyone in the community.

With the Whiting Refinery temporarily closed, gas could increase as much as 30 cents a gallon. Local residents speak their mind and discuss the impact it will have on not only themselves, but everyone in the community. pmccarthy@bnd.com
With the Whiting Refinery temporarily closed, gas could increase as much as 30 cents a gallon. Local residents speak their mind and discuss the impact it will have on not only themselves, but everyone in the community. pmccarthy@bnd.com

Metro-east gas prices about to jump, thanks to Indiana refinery problems

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