For years, California's gasoline supply chain has been tighter than just about every state except Hawaii, leaving motorists vulnerable to even minor crimps in the supply chain. That, along with the second-highest gasoline tax in the country, is why it costs more to fill up in California than it does elsewhere in the U.S.
And the reasons are almost entirely the result of policies and regulations enacted at the behest of California's voters.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
California voters only have themselves to blame for soaring pump prices
I'm surprised this is on the NBC website. Is the problem that obvious?