Gas Prices Bring Gratitude
Lower gas prices are always something to be thankful for this time of year. According to the federal Energy Information Administration, gas prices are 21 cents lower for a regular gallon of gas than last year. Economists report that the price change will leave an extra $2.5 billion in consumer's pockets as compared to 2012. With the absence of inflation pressure and the slight improvement in the economy, Thanksgiving in the United States is sure to be more affordable for families looking to travel. However, though the economy is on the rise, some are still worried about the sluggish pace of its recovery.
By Jordan Moses
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