SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 24 (Reuters) - With California drivers paying the steepest pump prices in the United States, state officials are considering proposals, including a state-run gasoline bank, aimed at easing future fuel price spikes and reducing the state's dependence on petroleum. The California Energy Commission and state Air Resources Board will present final recommendations in June to Gov. Gray Davis and the legislature on how to deal with heavy demand that will likely surge ...
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