On Dec. 1 in the a.m., gas prices were $1.95-$1.99 at most stations in town. By 4 p.m. Dec. 1, the same stations - at least four of the same stations I passed in the a.m. - were all charging $2.19 a gallon for gas. They remained that price today (Dec. 2), which is State Farm's pay day.
That is a 24-cent jump at most stations in town from a.m. to p.m. in one day. This morning in Peoria, gas is $1.91 a gallon. There is no State Farm in Peoria. Are we still expected to believe that there is not price fixing/gouging going on?