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Boycott has No Effect at Gas Station

Boycott has No Effect at Gas Station

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Greg Neft, KSL NewsradioThere was supposed to be a gas boycott, but don't tell that to anyone filling up.

Business appears to be normal at a Woods Cross Chevron gas station. Some drivers know about the boycott aren't buying it. Bill Phillips says, "You have to buy it tomorrow, and the whole country has to buy it tomorrow, what's the difference of waiting one day." He says the oil companies will still make money.

Dave Spangers is from Minnesota. He says this boycott is news to him.

Rick Nielson says he knew about the boycott, but a low gas light forced him to get gas.

Utah officials say no investigation into the high gas prices is planned.

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