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Gas Prices On the Way Down after Record Highs

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Gas Prices On the Way Down after Record Highs

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Gas Prices On the Way Down after Record Highs

Gas Prices On the Way Down after Record Highs

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After a year of seemingly endless price hikes, gasoline prices are dropping. The average price at the pump across the United States has dropped about 40 cents a gallon in the last few weeks.

Day to Day senior producer Steve Proffitt reports on why the cost of gas is going down, and on whether it might continue to decline.