By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, April 28 (Reuters) - U.S. drivers found price relief at the pump for the sixth week in a row, as the average cost for gasoline fell 1.7 cents over the last week to $1.557 a gallon, the government said on Monday. The retail price for gasoline has fallen 17 cents a gallon from its record high reached in mid March just before the start of the war with Iraq. Lower crude oil costs due to a quick end of the war and plenty of petroleum supplies have ben passed ...
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