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Gas price up two cents to $3.87/gallon

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The price at the pumps made a jump into the new year. At $3.87 a gallon, prices are confirmed to have increased by 2 cents at Mobile gas stations and 76 Circle K...other gas companies such as Shells, are on standby. And as the new Liquid Fuel Tax law takes effect, only time will tell if prices will go up any further.

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