In Texas, Drivers Head to Mexico for Gas

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In Laredo, Texas, drivers looking for cheap gas are heading across the border to Mexico. Gas is cheaper there because the price is controlled by the state, but could the savings be worth the crossing cost and wait?

David Martin Davies of Texas Public Radio reports.

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