By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, July 28 (Reuters) - The U.S. pump price for gasoline declined for the first time in a month, dropping 0.8 cent over the last week to $1.516 a gallon, though this was 11 cents higher than a year ago, the government said on Monday. The latest pump price is 21 cents a gallon lower than its record high of $1.73 in mid-March at the beginning of the U.S.-led attack on Iraq, based on a survey of 800 service stations by the Energy Department's Energy Information ...
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