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Higher gas prices not likely to drop by weekend

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Gasoline prices have risen dramatically in the past two weeks throughout much of the Midwest. While the price increases may ease off by June, but don’t expect relief at the pump this Memorial Weekend, industry experts say.
The American Automobile Association’s online daily fuel gauge report and both showed the average price for a gallon of regular gas Monday in Kansas was $3.92. Just one week ago, the average price was $3.64, and it was $3.35 a month ago. This time last year it was $3.45.
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