Gas station owners also feel the pinch at the pumps

Drivers in Connecticut aren't the only ones upset about the high costs of gas. Gas station owners are complaining that the high costs of fuel

NORWALK - Drivers in Connecticut aren't the only ones upset about the high costs of gas. Gas station owners are complaining that the high costs of fuel have left them running on empty, unable to afford fuel for their business.

Michael J. Fox, who represents gasoline retailers, says drivers could expect to see more and more empty gas stations as time goes on.

Fox also said that the best way to lower gas prices is for regulators to take control.

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