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Topic - Keith Madsen
"They aren't out here like I am seeing the customers pay with change and buy $5 of gas until they get their paycheck," said Mr. Madsen, who helped circulate an anti-tax petition in Maryland last spring. "These guys are out of touch."
Lawmakers don't consider that higher gas prices could cause drivers to buy less gas per visit and make more purchases, which would require station owners to pay more in per-transaction fees to credit card companies, he said.