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North Dakota Highway Patrol reports slower drivers

Published 06/14/2008, The Jamestown Sun

North Dakota’s Highway Patrol commander says troopers report drivers are slowing down on the interstates in North Dakota, possibly due to high gas prices. But troopers say speeding citations are up on other highways in the state. AAA says the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in North Dakota is less than a penny below the $4 milestone and will likely move above that over the weekend.

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