(Adds details) WASHINGTON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid on Tuesday said he hoped the Federal Trade Commission would look into rising domestic gasoline prices, noting "rampant speculation" in oil markets. "I would hope the Federal Trade Commission can help us" by probing the run-up in prices, Reid said in response to a reporter's question about what lawmakers could do to tackle rising retail gasoline prices. Average U.S. retail gasoline prices are now at nearly ...
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