Bush sees no evidence of gasoline "rip-off"


WASHINGTON, April 28 (Reuters) - Though gasoline prices are soaring, President George W. Bush said on Friday he has no evidence that oil companies are illegally overcharging consumers at the pump. Bush this week ordered the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether oil companies are profiteering on gasoline. The national gasoline price soared 13 cents in the last week to an average $2.91 a gallon, the fourth highest price ever in the Energy Department's weekly survey of service ...

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