WASHINGTON, March 31 (Reuters) - The Bush administration is looking at possible short-term measures to address record-high U.S. gasoline prices, Energy Department deputy secretary Kyle McSlarrow said on Wednesday. "We're willing to look at some short-term things," McSlarrow told reporters after addressing a meeting of the National Energy Marketers Association. He refused to elaborate. "Obviously, the president is concerned about the impact of gasoline prices on consumers," he said. ...
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