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Q&A: What's Going on With Gasoline Prices?

Gasoline prices are on the rise! How come? And what does it mean? Let's do a Q&A. Q: How much has the price of gasoline increased recently? A: Since the beginning of the year, the average price of gasoline has increased by 42 cents, from $3.36 to $3.78 per gallon. That's from the US Energy Information Administration, and it's an average of all grades, all formulations, across all regions of the country.
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