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High Gasoline Prices Cause Hardship in US

Oil prices continued to break new records this week, trading briefly above $126 per barrel on Monday. American consumers fear prices will go even higher as the summer driving season gets underway. Some say they are desperate and many are calling on U.S. lawmakers to do something - fast. VOA's Mil Arcega reports.

 

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