Governor Wants Your Questions for Oil Executives

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Governor Doyle is asking for the public's help when it comes to next month's hearings with oil company executives on alleged price gouging.
He says he wants the executives to answer common questions the public has when it comes to price structures.
So the state has created a web site where the public can submit questions for the executives.
At the hearing, a moderator will ask them as many questions submitted by the public as time allows.
Doyle has issued subpoenas for the CEO's of the nation's five largest oil companies. He alleging these companies gouged customers by charging excessive gas prices in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
You can submit your questions at