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U.S. gas prices see first drop since December; Chicago still highest

The average retail price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States declined for the first time since mid-December, dropping 5.44 cents over the past two weeks, the nationwide Lundberg Survey showed.

Drivers in Chicago continued to pay the most at the pump — $4.26 per gallon — even though prices fell nearly 19 cents from April 6.

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