Prohibitions On Market Manipulation and False Information in Subtitle B of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 #535819-00105

Submission Number:
535819-00105
Commenter:
Kenneth Jensen
State:
WA
Initiative Name:
Prohibitions On Market Manipulation and False Information in Subtitle B of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007

I am sure you all have heard the phrase, "too little, too late". We the people, are presently being gouged daily at our local gas stations. I have personally seen the prices of one station go up, when a sister station remains the same. Long ago in my work history, I worked at one of these company owned stations, and do understand the pricing set up. Last night, I went to a local station that advertised diesel at $4.669 per gallon and was charged on the pump reciept, $4.699 per gallon. I could not even get a reasonable explanation as to why that was, nor recieve a contact number in order to ask that question to a Manager or Owner. We have had it, we are choking, and there is no relief. To read your prognosis of having this legislation enacted by the end of the year is laughable. I have to drive to work and now, I have to work to drive. Attached are two photos of the above circumstance. Respectfully, Kenneth Jensen