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Morning Briefing: April 13, 2012

Energy analysts predict that gas prices may have peaked, as prices have declined for the past week. Prices at the pump have been steadily rising since December, but analysts say that with last Friday’s high average of $3.94 per gallon, prices may have already hit their high water mark. Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AZ) has signed [...]
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