Editorial cartoon for Tuesday, June 28, 2022

An editorial cartoon by Dick Wright

Cartoon for June 28, 2022
Cartoon for June 28, 2022<br/>
Dick Wright
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Cartoonist Dick Wright draws on a "gas tax holiday."

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