Gas prices continue to fall

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It’s a good time to fill up your gas tanks because prices at the pump are taking a dip.

A national survey finds the average price for a gallon of regular has dropped 13 cents over the last two weeks.

You’ll find gas for less than $3 a gallon at some Chicago area service stations.

Economists say the break at the pump has led to an increase in consumer spending, which means drivers are taking that money they saved on gas and spending it elsewhere.

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  • joe damico

    Well lets see how long it last now that the Republicans won, soon they will have us back to 2008-2009 losing homes, bank accounts, JOBS and this time they may just take us in deeper. Things were just getting back to somewhat normal, WTF did you people think putting the FOX GOP back in when everything was getting better AND with NO help from Republicans who did everything to keep the U.S. down, voting NO on anything that would help and YOU ALL rewarded them, FOR what making the rich richer….Get ready, because the fall is coming and THIS TIME you cant blame BUSH, blame YOURSELVES.

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