The gas price gap is getting even wider . . . Traveling to Tennessee every week for business has provided an opportunity to compare costs of living with my home state of Michigan. I filled up my rental car with BP gas at the price of $1.76.9 per gallon. Driving home from Detroit Metro Airport I had to fill up my own car. The price of BP gas in Hartland Michigan was $2.59.9 per gallon. (October 23, 2015 comparison)
This gap coulld get even wider as the Michigan State House of Representatives voted to raise gas taxes this week. It appears that Michigan's establishment Republicans want to wrestle the the "tax and spend" mantle from Michigan Democrats.