Cheap Gas is a Thrill, but a Costly One

"Pump prices are heading under $2 a gallon, which will prompt more driving and less fuel-efficient car buying, and result in more greenhouse gas emissions when we can ill afford them." The following article from The New York Times examines the cons of recent lower gas prices.

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Cheap Gas is a Thrill, but a Costly One 12/14/2015
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