Study says minimum mark-up law costing Wisconsinites 8 cents a gallon
A new study says Wisconsin's minimum mark-up law costs drivers an extra 8 cents a gallon.
But retailers say that's wrong and today's mark-ups are not what they used to be.
The Wisconsin Policy Research Institute, a conservative think tank, says the required mark-up is 30 cents a gallon. Without the law, the study says gas would only be marked up 22 cents, which means we're paying 8 cents more than we should.