LANSING (WKZO) -- Michigan House Democrats have introduced a resolution calling for an investigation into the state's high gas prices.
Some Democrats are urging state Attorney General Bill Schuette to open an investigation into the recent spike in gas prices and to prosecute any producer, wholesaler or retailer suspected of price fixing. U.S. House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel says Michigan drivers deserve to know why they're paying more per gallon than any other place in the continental U.S.
A recent survey by Triple-A of Michigan shows that the state's average price for a gallon of gas stands at around $4.22 per gallon. The national average is just $3.64 a gallon.