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Gas tops $2 a gallon for first time

N.E. prices may rise higher in summer months

By Peter J. Howe
Globe Staff / May 18, 2004

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Gasoline prices have broken through the $2-a-gallon ceiling across New England and the nation for the first time, government economists said yesterday, and prices may be headed higher still as consumers show few signs of curbing demand as peak summer driving season approaches. (Full Article: 782 Words)

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