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|Tonight’s Campus Question|
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) got some heat at his recent town hall over his support of tax subsidies for oil companies. He recited the right-wing talking point that repealing the subsidies would result in higher prices at the pump despite evidence to the contrary. If high gasoline prices are already making Americans reduce their driving, what economic theory is Rep. Brooks using to suggest that oil companies would want to raise prices at the pump?
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