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Scott Zaremba, vice president of Zarco 66, cleans a gasoline pump at his company's convenience store at Sixth and Florida streets. Zaremba and other convenience store owners across the state are pushing for new legislation that would prohibit large corporate competitors, like grocery stores, from selling gasoline below costs.

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