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Posted on September 5, 2011 | in General, Labor News | by

OIL PROFIT GREED

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Tired of being gouged? From 10-01-2011 to 11-01-2011, Please do not buy gasoline from any Marathon Gas stations, which include Speedway. The only way we can have an impact is to tell the oil companies and the refiners they may be next in a boycott effort. Please send to all your Facebook friends and also your email friends.

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