By John Whitesides, Political Correspondent WASHINGTON, March 30 (Reuters) - Democrat John Kerry and President George W. Bush traded shots over skyrocketing gasoline prices on Tuesday, putting the pocketbook issue on the campaign's front-burner months before Americans hit the road for vacation season. On a fund-raising trip to California, Kerry accused the White House of doing nothing to reduce gas prices and offered a plan to drive down costs by pressuring oil-producing countries to ...
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