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September 14, 2008 12:00 AM

Subpoenas coming on potential price gouging

As gasoline prices in Charlotte rose to near-record levels this weekend, the N.C. Attorney General's office said it plans to issue subpoenas starting today as it investigates potential price gouging.

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