By Christopher Doering WASHINGTON, March 24 (Reuters) - Four Senate Democrats on Wednesday said the Bush administration's failure to release oil headed for the nation's emergency crude oil stockpile into the market will send gasoline prices higher, forcing consumers to reduce spending on other goods. "If the consumer is now going to have to haul out more money from their wallet in order to pay gasoline prices, that is going to ripple all the way through the economy," said Sen. Ron Wyden, ...
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