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Consumers In Vermont Remain Cautious

Average gasoline prices fell below $2 a gallon this week. That means U.S. consumers saved more than $100 billion this year at the gas pump, or about $550 per licensed driver. At the same time, falling natural gas prices — combined with warm temperatures in much of the country — will mean big savings on heating bills. More Info: http://www.npr.org/2015/12/23/460851153/despite-energy-savings-consumers-in-vermont-remain-cautious #FullNewsAudioAvailable #NPR

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