U.S. gasoline pump price falls for second week


By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Sept 8 (Reuters) - U.S. drivers found more relief at the pump as gasoline prices fell for a second straight week, dropping 2.9 cents to $1.717 a gallon, the government said on Monday. The current weekly national price for regular unleaded gasoline was still up 32 cents from a year ago, based on a weekly survey of service stations by the Energy Department's Energy Information Administration. The pump price hit a record high of almost $1.75 two weeks ago after ...

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