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  • Oklahoma Gas prices at 9-month high

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  • AAA Oklahoma said Tuesday the Iraqi civil war is fueling higher pump prices in the U.S. with the Oklahoma average for a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline now at $3.484, the highest price since Sept. 14, 2013, according to FuelGaugeReport.AAA.com.
    After languishing in the $3.44 to $3.46 price range all month, the Oklahoma average rose nearly three cents overnight. Some cities experienced more dramatic jumps in price, such as Tulsa where average pump prices shot up a dime Monday to $3.473.
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