By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, May 21 (Reuters) - The Bush administration said on Friday it had no quick fix to reduce gasoline prices at the pump and instead rolled out a campaign to tell consumers how to lower their motor fuel expenses. The campaign comes as the national price for gasoline topped $2 a gallon this week for the first time. Pump costs are forecast to go even higher as the peak summer driving season gets under way at the end of the month. "There is no quick fix to the energy ...
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