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Summer driving is at its peak and so is the  price  of crude oil, which closed this week at almost 80 dollars a barrel. However, gasoline prices in California are declining.

Oil Prices Hit An All-Time High, But This Time, Gas Prices Fall

Summer driving is at its peak and so is the price of crude oil, which closed this week at almost 80 dollars a barrel. However, gasoline prices in California are declining.

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