UPDATE 1-California gasoline consumption down in Jan.-state

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(Adds market, analyst comment, details, byline) By Erwin Seba HOUSTON, April 30 (Reuters) - Drivers in California, the largest U.S. motor fuel market, used 4.5 percent less gasoline in January than they did the year before, the state Board of Equalization said Wednesday. "Total gallons of gasoline used were 58.2 million fewer in January this year over last," the Equalization Board said in a statement. "A month to month comparison shows that in January 2008, Californians used 115.8 ...

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