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Tue June 4, 2013
Michigan gas prices are the second-highest in the country
As gas prices kept marching ever-upward, one thing we could always say here in Michigan was "well, at least we're not as bad as some places."
As anyone who's gassed up this week has sadly realized, that is no longer the case.
Michigan's average gas price is now the second highest in the country. Only Hawaii tops our pump prices.
AAA finds we're paying an average of $4.10 a gallon. That's up 23 cents from a week ago, and 47 cents more than the same time last year. And this comes as the national average slips a penny to $3.62 a gallon.
So what happened?
Patrick DeHaan, Senior Petroleum Analyst with GasBuddy.com, joined us today in the studio to tell us.
Listen to the full interview above.