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AAA Michigan: Statewide gas prices decline 10 cents

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AAA Michigan: Statewide gas prices decline 10 cents

AAA Michigan: Statewide gas prices decline 10 cents

Gas prices in Michigan slipped 10 cents compared to a week ago, AAA Michigan reports.

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AAA Michigan: Statewide gas prices decline 10 cents

THERE'S SOME GOOD NEWS TO TELLYOU ABOUT THIS MORNING ABOUT THEAMOUNT OFMONEY YOU'RE PAYING TO FILL UPYOUR CAR.FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MORE THANTWO MONTHS -- GAS PRICES WENTDOWN LASTWEEK.ACCORDING TO NEW NUMBERSRELEASED THIS MORNING BYTRIPLE-A MICHIGAN --STATE DRIVERS ARE PAYING ANAVERAGE OF TWO DOLLARS-82 CENTSPER GALLON.THAT'S A TEN CENT DROP FROM LASTWEEK.THE MOST EXPENSIVE GAS PRICE WASFOUND IN MARQUETTE -- AT ABOUT2-DOLLARS-90 CENTS PER GALLONTHE CHEAPEST WAS IN FLINT -- FORABOUT TWO-DOLLARS 75 CENTS AGALLON.LANSING AVERAGED AROUNDTWO-DOLLARS AND 76 CENTS.




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