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Summer gas prices continue to rise in Florida

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Summer time usually means higher prices at the pump and so far, this year hasn’t been much of an exception. Gas prices have continued to rise statewide and nationally since the beginning of July. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Robert Lopez spoke with Florida Triple-A spokeswoman Jessica Brady about the most recent hike in gas prices and whether or not we can expect those numbers to drop anytime soon.

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