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What's Behind Rising Prices at the Pump? Motorists are aware of how much they pay for gas, but few know the reasons behind the soaring prices.

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PINEDALE, Wyo. -- As energy companies and Bush administration officials have long told the story, lack of access to federal land is the primary roadblock for increased production of natural gas in the United States.

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