Despite the widespread reduction in gas prices after the start of Connecticut’s three-month gas tax holiday, drivers across the state remain frustrated with the costs – especially those over 4 $ a gallon – and they make sure officials like Attorney General William Tong know about it.
A total of 200 consumer complaints related to gasoline prices have been filed with Tong’s office in the past two months, including numerous examples of residents asking the state to investigate gas stations for price gouging or refusing to lower prices after the suspension of the 25-cent sales tax on April. 1.
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