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Gas Rises to $3.53 a Gallon

Gas prices have risen to $3.53 a gallon and could peak at a record-setting price of $4.25 a gallon in April, predicts the Oil Price Information Service. "I guess we're going to have to drive less, consolidate all our errands into one trip," said W. Howard Coudle, a retired machinist in Missouri. "It's just oppressive."
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