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Rising gas prices show no sign of slowing down

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Motorists paid more for a gallon of gas this past January, on average, than ever before.  AAA spokeswoman Jessica Brady says this trend is expected to continue due to many factors.

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Brady adds gas prices may hit the four dollar mark by this summer.

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