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May 12, 2013 — Drivers will find this summer's gas prices are lower than last year's, the result of a spike in crude oil production. Government forecasters say a gallon of regular gasoline will cost about $3.50 this summer — a slide of more than 10 cents from last year.
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Mar 29, 2013 — The EPA is proposing regulations for lower-sulfur gasoline. It says that will reduce smog — leading to reductions in illnesses and death related to dirty air. Some GOP lawmakers oppose the rules because the price of a gallon of gas would rise — some experts say by a penny, others by more.
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Nov 3, 2012 — The governors of both New Jersey and New York signed executive orders Friday intended to help address fuel shortages in areas hit by Sandy. The federal government also said it would be working to deliver fuel to the area.
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Mar 23, 2012 — Americans are consuming less gasoline, but upward pressure on crude oil prices, seasonal factors and the shutdown of some refineries are combining to push up prices at the pump.
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Feb 14, 2012 — Prices for gasoline are hitting record highs in France, where a gallon now costs more than $8 in some areas. Here in the U.S., analysts are predicting high gas prices for American drivers this summer — more than $4 in many areas, from a current average of $3.52.
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May 18, 2011 — Political activist Jimmy McMillan of the Rent Is Too Damn High Party is pushing another agenda — to lower the cost of gas. His "Gasoline Is Too Damn High" movement is just one of the things he has in store for his 2012 presidential run.
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Mar 7, 2011 — If you had to fill up your car's tank this weekend, you might have wished you'd stopped by the bank first to take out a loan. Where do you think it will top out?
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