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Biden's Energy Regulations Set to Fuel 'Sky High' Oil Prices

A man pumps gas into a vehicle at a petrol station in Alhambra, California, on Oct. 2. (Getty Images)

By    |   Wednesday, 04 October 2023 07:36 AM EDT

Drivers shouldn't get used to the recent reprieve at the fuel pump.

Although gas prices are falling in many areas – according to AAA, on Tuesday the national average for gas was $3.79 – energy experts warn that the incremental drop is likely to be short-lived as oil prices begin to rise.

Marisa Herman

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