New Orleans is the biggest gas station in the world.
It’s also the home of the famed Dame Maria Gasolina.
Dame Mary Gasolina is known as the “Mother of the Gasoline,” and she’s known for the best deals on gas in New Orleans.
But it turns out she has a secret.
She’s not a fan of high gas prices.
According to a new report, Dame M. Gasolina doesn’t like the way gasoline is going.
And her family doesn’t.
Dame M., an American Indian woman, is best known for her long reign as the first black woman mayor of New Orleans, which lasted for nearly three decades.
She made headlines for having a secret deal with the gas company that kept her from driving her car for years.
Now, the Gasolina family wants to make the same deal for Dame’s children.
The family is calling for the price of gasoline to be reduced to zero by 2099.
The New Orleans chapter of the NAACP is also calling for gas prices to be slashed, and a new petition calling for a “Day Without Gasoline” is getting thousands of signatures.
The petition has garnered more than 300,000 signatures.
“I want to go out and buy gas,” said the Dame family.
“I want gas for my kids to be able to get groceries.”
The Gasolinas aren’t the only family in New York that has a vendetta against gas prices, but they’re the only ones in the city that can actually do it.
A recent report from the New York City Department of Transportation found that the city’s fleet of city buses is one of the worst in the country.
According with the report, New York’s fleet is 25 percent less efficient than it should be.
And according to the New Orleans Police Department, there are nearly 40 percent fewer officers on duty than they would be without the low-priced gas.
The department is looking to change that.
New Orleans police commissioner Charles Bratton recently said that if the city can’t save its fleet, then it needs to cut the price.
“We have a duty to our communities to look at what we can do to save gas,” Bratton said.
“And so I want to make sure that we’re doing everything we can to save this fleet, because if we don’t do that, we’re not going to be saving the city of New York any money at all.”
The NAACP wants New York to change its gas price.
They want it to be 25 cents per gallon by 2049, but the city won’t do it unless they also cut the police department’s budget by $6.5 million.
And that’s a lot of money.
The city says the department will save $3.4 million in cuts by 2027, but that won’t be enough.
And the NAACP wants the city to cut its gas taxes, too.
“The only way we can save this budget is by cutting gas taxes,” said Dame Gasolina, “and we are going to do that.”