Comments for: Gasoline prices level off this week

Posted March 09, 2012, at 10:04 p.m.

NEW YORK — Gasoline prices paused this week in their march toward $4 per gallon. After 39 straight days of increases, prices fell nearly a penny from Tuesday to Thursday and held steady on Friday at $3.758 per gallon. The lull won’t last long. Prices dipped as suppliers conducted the …

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  • Anonymous

    Best thing we can do is follow Obama’s plan and continue to limit supply because that always results in lower prices.

  • Anonymous

    Best thing we can do is use public transportation where it’s available and advocate for its expansion.

  • Anonymous

    Gas prices “level off”. Too bad the wages would not level off as well. Then maybe $4 a gallon gas or heating oil wouldn’t be such a yoke around the neck of the working men and women of America. gas prices are about where they should be, when adjusted for inflation. It is the fact that the wages are stuck in the early 90’s that is the root of all evil. Can we drill our way out of $4 a gallon milk? Can we drill our way out of 150k for a new home? 

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