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Gas prices drop a little

Gas prices drop a little



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There's a little relief for Utah drivers at the gas pump, but not much. Prices are down, but they're still among the highest in the nation.

The average price at a downtown Chevron station is $3.95 a gallon. A few weeks ago the average price in Utah was $4.22.

One motorist says the new state average under $4 a gallon really is nothing to celebrate. When he was asked what he thinks he should be paying, he said, "A lot less than that. What I used to pay when I was in high school, that would be great: $1 a gallon." Obviously he's no recent high school graduate.

The governor's office says it's still investigating why Utah has the third-highest gas prices in the nation.

E-mail: tcallan@ksl.com

Tom Callan

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