Gas prices are headed north in California again, up three cents from Tuesday's election. Analysts say contributing factors include declining inventories, uncertainty in U.S. financial markets following leadership changes in Congress, predictions of colder winter in some parts of the country possible cutback of crude production from OPEC. That's not good enough for a motorist from West Covina, CA. He says the oil companies lowered the price of gas to help get their way on the hard-fought Prop. 87 issue, and now they can raise prices since the election is over. Maybe there are simple answers to complex questions.

[Source: Pasadena Star News]

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