Twin Cities gas prices now lower than a year ago

Gas prices are going down and in fact are lower now than they were last year. One expert says refineries are wrapping up maintenance and getting back to production.
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Gas prices are going down and in fact are lower now than they were last year. One expert says refineries are wrapping up maintenance and getting back to production.

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